B.A. in Art History
The B.A. in art history equips students with a broad overview of the development of Western and non-Western art. Graduates may pursue a career as a museum curator or educator, an art critic or appraiser, or may continue their education with graduate school in preparation for university teaching.
Minimum Total Credit Hours: 120
General Education Requirements
See the 'General Education/Core Curriculum' for the College of Liberal Arts.
A major in art history for the B.A. degree requires the completion of 33 semester hours of art history, including AH 201, 202, 355, 401, 403, 499, 3 hours of non-Western art history (AH 380 through 399), 3 hours of ancient art history (AH 310 through 329), 3 hours of medieval art history (AH 330 through 339), 3 hours of Renaissance/Early Modern art history (AH 340 through 349), and 6 additional hours of art history at the 300- or 400-level; and 9 hours of studio art (Art 101, 3 additional hours in two-dimensional art (Art 102, 111, or 381), and 3 hours in three-dimensional art (Art 103 or 340)).