Art History Minor
The minor in art history and archaeology introduces students to a range of art historical periods, problems and methodologies and is intended both to broaden and deepen a student’s knowledge of visual culture in art historical and archaeological contexts.
Requirements for the minor in art history and archaeology can be found in the Undergraduate Catalogue. They include:
- Three 200-level ARTH courses (9 credits), one of which may be an iSeries course.
- Three 300- and 400-level ARTH courses (9 credits).
Students can follow their progress by consulting this ARTH Minor Checklist.
Students must meet either with the director of undergraduate studies or undergraduate academic advisor for admission to the minor. To schedule an appointment, contact email@example.com.
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