Art History with a Concentration in Architecture — B.A.
|Art History B.A. (concentration in architecture) Major Requirements||42-54|
|Integrative Core Curriculum 1||28-40|
|FOUNDATIONAL REQUIREMENTS 1|
|ARTH 11300||Elements of Architecture||3|
|ARTH 11400||Architecture across Cultures||3|
|Select one of the following:||3|
|Introduction to Visual Culture|
|Episodes in Western Art|
|Art Across Cultures|
|LEVEL-2 REQUIREMENT 2|
|ARTH 20100||Practicing Art History||3|
|One ARTH course focusing on material before 1400||3|
|One ARTH course focusing on material from 1400 to 1750||3|
|One ARTH course focusing on material after 1750||3|
|Select two of the following architecture courses:||6|
|Great Spaces: An Introduction to Urban Design|
|Form, Function, and Fantasy: Architecture since 1945|
|Select three art history courses in any area, as follows: 3||9|
Two art history courses at level-3
One additional ARTH course at level-3 or above
|REQUIRED COURSES OUTSIDE ART HISTORY|
|ART xxxxx||Any course in the art department (CNPH 11400 may be substittued for an ART course)||3|
|Foreign language study through level-2 or demonstrated proficiency 4||0-12|
|Select one of the following, to be complted in the senior year or during the summer preceding the senior year (or as approved by the department chair): 3, 5||3|
Seminar in Art History
|Tutorial in Art History|
|Honors Independent Study|
A maximum of 9 credits at level-1 may count toward the major.
If a course satisfies one of these chronological requirements, it will be indicated in the course description. Six of these credits must be in architectural courses. CNPH 24000 may be used as substitute for "one art history course focusing on material after 1750."
Of the 12 required credits at level-3 or level-4 (including the senior experience), at least 6 must be in courses designated as LA.
Language courses taken in the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures at IC must be taken for a letter grade.
Majors who meet the prerequisite may take a seminar, tutorial, or internship, before the summer preceding their senior year, but it will not count toward the "senior experience requirement." Majors must indicate the senior-year activities before the end of the second semester of their junior year by submitting a "senior experience plan form" (available from the department chair).