Minor in Art History
The minor in art history is designed for students who seek to study art history in depth as a compliment to their major area of study. The minor provides students with an education in art history that is balanced and diverse culturally, temporally, and geographically. It allows students to choose from a variety of introductory courses that cover a variety of regions, cultures, and periods.
Contact: Mark Avery
Coordinator of Undergraduate Academic Affairs
140 Art and Design Building, Champaign, 333-6632, email@example.com
Students must meet the following course requirements for a total of 20 hours1
|Select two of the following (one of which must be ARTH 113 or ARTH 114):||8|
|Ancient to Medieval Art|
|Renaissance to Modern Art|
|Introduction to African Art|
|Introduction to East Asian Art|
|Art in a Global Context|
|ARTH 395||Junior Seminar in Art History||3|
|ARTH courses at the 200, 300, or 400 level||3|
|ARTH courses at the 300 or 400 level 2||6|
A maximum of one course from either the History of Architecture or the History of Landscape Architecture will count toward the requirements of the Art History Minor.
At least one of the upper-level Art History courses must be primarily concerned with a subject outside of Europe and the Modern Americas. A maximum of one course from other universities will satisfy the requirements for upper-level Art History courses.