Art History course catalog
CATHERINE CARTER GOEBEL, Professor, Paul A. Anderson Chair in the Arts
B.A., M.A., Vanderbilt; Ph.D., Northwestern
MARGARET MORSE, Associate Professor, Coordinator of Art History
B.A., Temple; Ph.D., Maryland
MAJOR IN ART HISTORY. 28 credits, including ARHI-460; ARHI-461; at least two courses from ARHI-161, ARHI-165, ARHI-166; one course from ARHI-372 or ARHI-374; one course from ARHI-361, ARHI-362, ARHI-363, ARHI-365; one course from ARHI-366, ARHI-367, ARHI-368; and one 4-credit elective course from the following: any ARHI prefix at the 200-level or above; any ART or GRD course; CLAS 330, HIST 232, HIST-260, HIST-330, HIST-337, PHIL-318, SOAN-321, or SOAN-336. Students wishing to complete an SI in another major should speak with their departmental advisor for approval; students approved for completing an SI elsewhere will be required to take another ARHI course at the 300-level instead of ARHI-460 and ARHI-461. .
Recommended supporting courses (8 credits): one year of FREN or GRMN language courses.
MINOR IN ART HISTORY. 20 credits, including at least two courses from ARHI-161, ARHI-165, ARHI-166; one course from ARHI-372 or ARHI-374; one course from ARHI-361, ARHI-362, ARHI-363, ARHI-365; one course from ARHI-366, ARHI-367, ARHI-368.
Any Studio Art or Graphic Design major can fulfill the minor in Art History with 16 credits, including at least two courses from ARHI-161, ARHI-165, ARHI-166; and two courses from two different 300-level sequences: 1) ARHI-372 or ARHI-374; 2) ARHI-361, ARHI-362, ARHI-363, or ARHI-365; 3) ARHI-366, ARHI-367, or ARHI-368.
Grade Point Average Notation: All courses listed in the catalog as required courses for any major and/or minor, including those courses outside of the department or with a different subject coding, are considered part of the major and will count in the grade point average. Some departments may have additional grade requirements for the courses offered within their department. Recommended supporting courses that are optional and not required may also count in the major depending on the program. For more information see your department chair or the degree requirements for Bachelor of Arts and information on Majors/Minors.