Art History Major without a concentration — B.A.
|Art History B.A. Major Requirements||43-55|
|Integrative Core Curriculum 1||28-40|
|FOUNDATIONAL REQUIREMENTS 1|
|Select two of the following 100-level courses:||6|
|Episodes in Western Art|
|Introduction to Visual Culture|
|Architecture across Cultures 2|
or ARTH 16000
|Art Across Cultures|
|ARTH 1xxxx or 2xxxx||Select one course in architectural history at 100-level or 200-level 2||3|
|LEVEL 2 REQUIREMENT 3|
|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|
|ART HISTORY OPEN ELECTIVES 4|
|Two ARTH courses at 200-level or above||6|
|Two ARTH courses at 300-level||6|
|One additional ARTH course at 300-level or above||3|
|REQUIRED COURSES OUTSIDE ART HISTORY|
|ART xxxxx||Any course in the art department (CNPH 14100 may be substituted for an ART course)||3|
|Foreign language study through 200-level or demonstrated proficiency 5||0-12|
|ARTH 40100||Art History Capstone||1|
|Select one of the following seminar courses:||3|
Seminar in Art History
A maximum of 9 art history credits at 100-level may count toward the major.
ARTH 11400 can count as either three credits at 100-level or as the architecture requirement, but not both.
If a course satisfies one of these chronological requirements, it will be indicated in the course description. CNPH 24000 may be used as a substitute for "one art history course focusing on material after 1750."
Of the 9 required credits at 300-level or 400-level, at least six 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.