- Undergraduate Program
- Graduate Program
- HFA Advising Center
- Mark Roskill Graduate Symposium
- For Students
- University Museum of Contemporary Art Curatorial Fellowship & Collaborations
- Spring Roundtable on Careers: The World Beyond the Major
Major Requirements for Students Entering the University Prior to Fall 2019
The major requires a minimum of 13 courses (39-41 credits) in History of Art and Architecture distributed as follows:
- Two (2) 100-level surveys (100, 110, 115, 116, 118)
- One (1) course at any level in non-Western art
- One (1) course at any level in history of Architecture
- One (1) upper-level (200 and above) course in each of the following five (5) areas:
- Modern (19th – 21st centuries)
- Three (3) upper-level (200 or above) electives in History of Art and Architecture
- Art-Hist 370: The Department’s Junior Year Writing Course. All majors must take the course in the fall semester of the Junior year.
- Art-Hist 415: Methods of Art History. Majors must take the Department’s Integrative Experience course to complete General Education requirements.
There is no mandatory sequence for meeting the above requirements; when and how to take the above requirements will vary depending on student interests, plan, and schedule. However, students should meet with their History of Art & Architecture advisor on a regular basis to ensure that requirements are being met in a timely and effective way.