Department of Art & Art History

Minor in Art History

The Minor in Art History is ideal for students who wish to supplement any major area of study with the visually and intellectually stimulating study of art and visual culture. Minors develop numerous transferable skills including writing, research, critical thinking, visual analysis, and verbal communication. These are skills invaluable in professions as diverse as law, medicine, communication, business, and museum and gallery work.

Coursework

Students who minor in Art History complete the two-semester Foundations of Art History as well as three additional advanced art history courses of their choice:

2100 Foundations of Art History I  (3 credits)
2150 Foundations of Art History II  (3 credits)
3/4000-level Art History (3 credits)
3/4000-level Art History (3 credits)
3/4000-level Art History (3 credits)

Students must maintain a 2.0 GPA in the Art History Minor.

Note: If a course has been used to fulfill any other university requirement, it cannot be used to complete a CLA minor. Please see your minor advisor for details.

Additional Resources

Department of Art & Art History Advisors
CLA model of Art History Minor
Department of Art & Art History Courses
Minor Declaration Form

Last Updated: August 21, 2019