Minor in Art History
The Art History minor, which is open to students in all areas of study, is particularly popular among humanities majors who take the three-?course surveys plus four additional upper division electives in art history typically to deepen their humanities area of study; it is equally among studio art majors for whom it means only two additional art history electives added to their studio major.
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- Identify major works of art from the time periods and cultures represented in courses taken this semester.
- Articulate the formal elements (e.g. line, color, composition, perspective, etc.) of works of art.
- Identify differences and similarities between works of art from the same or different historical moments.
- Apply theoretical concepts to works of art.
- Learn more about an historical period through studying works of art and artists from that period.
- Knowledgeably discuss art historical styles and movements.
- Articulate and respond to unfamiliar works of art based on skills developed studying known works.
- Be prepared to undertake postgraduate academic study, museum internships, or other job opportunities in the visual arts.
If there are no Plans of Study listed under this program, they may be listed under one of its sub-plans.