Select four courses in Art History
Select one course in Studio Art

Students may double minor in art history and studio art, but must complete all minor requirements of each.

All courses in the minor must be three or more semester hours.

Art History Courses

ART 103History of Western Art3
ART 104Topics in World Art3
ART 105History of World Architecture3
ART 198Study Abroad - Art History3
ART 199International Studies in Art1-4
ART 203Islamic Art and Architecture3
ART 204South Asian Art and Architecture3
ART 205The Architecture of Devotion in South Asia3
ART 206Art and Empire: India and Europe, 1500-19003
ART 207Imperial Islamic Architecture: the Ottomans, Safavids and Mughals3
ART 208Ottoman Art and Architecture3
ART 231American Visual Arts3
ART 233American Architecture3
ART 234British Art: Nation, Empire, and Identity3
ART 235Arts of London3
ART 240Ancient American Art and Architecture3
ART 241Ancient Art and Architecture3
ART 244Greek Art and Architecture3
ART 245Art and Architecture of the Roman World3
ART 246Byzantine Art and Architecture3
ART 249The Arts of Medieval Spain3
ART 250Medieval Art and Architecture3
ART 252Romanesque Art and Archiecture3
ART 253The Gothic Cathedral3
ART 254Luxury Arts in the Middle Ages3
ART 258The Printed Image in Early Modern Europe3
ART 259The History of Photography3
ART 260Classics of World Cinema3
ART 260LClassics of World Cinema Lab0
ART 261Topics in Film History3
ART 265Art and Life in Renaissance Europe3
ART 266Art in the Age of Giotto, Dante, and the Plague3
ART 267Early Italian Renaissance Art3
ART 26816th Century Art in Italy: Magnificence and Reform3
ART 269Venetian Renaissance Art3
ART 270Northern Renaissance Art3
ART 271Studies in French Art3
ART 27217th-Century European Art: Politics, Power and Patronage3
ART 27318th-Century European Art: the Birth of the Modern World3
ART 27417th-Century Dutch Painting3
ART 275History of Landscape Architecture3
ART 276Austrian Art and Architecture3
ART 28119th-Century European Art: From Enlightenment to Abstraction3
ART 282Modern Art3
ART 284Post War/Cold War: Art 1945-19903
ART 285Global Contemporary Art3
ART 286Topics in Art and Architectural History3
ART 288Modern Architecture3
ART 298Contemporary Art and Criticism3
ART 331American Foundations3
ART 351Topics in Gender and Art3
ART 386Advanced Topics in Art and Architectural History3
ART 394Issues in Art History4
ART 396AArt History Seminar: Ancient Art4
ART 396BArt History Seminar: Medieval and Byzantine Art4
ART 396CArt History Seminar: Renaissance Art4
ART 396DArt History Seminar: Baroque Art4
ART 396EArt History Seminar: Modern Art4
ART 396FArt History Seminar: Contemporary Art4
ART 396GArt History Seminar: American Art and Architecture4
ART 396HArt History Seminar: Modern Architecture4
ART 396IArt History Seminar: American Architecture4
ART 396JArt History Seminar: Global Art and Architecture4
ART 396KArt History Seminar: Film4
ART 396LArt History Seminar: Architecture and Urbanism4
ART 396MArt History Seminar: Museums4
ART 396NArt History Seminar: Special Topics4

Studio Art Courses

All studio art courses 200 and above and 110A-H may be repeated. Prerequisites may be waived with permission of instructor. All studio art courses may be taken with permission of instructor.

ART 110ATopics in Studio Art: Drawing1-4
ART 110BTopics in Studio Art: Painting1-4
ART 110CTopics in Studio Art: Printmaking1-4
ART 110DTopics in Studio Art: Sculpture1-4
ART 110ETopics in Studio Art: Photography1-4
ART 110FTopics in Studio Art: Digital Art1-4
ART 110GTopics in Studio Art: Special Topics1-4
ART 110HTopics in Studio Art: Video Art1-4
ART 111Introduction to Studio Art Fundamentals4
ART 112Introduction to Painting4
ART 113Drawing with Digital Integration4
ART 114Introduction to Film and Video Art4
ART 115Introduction to Sculpture4
ART 117Introduction to Printmaking4
ART 118Introduction to Drawing4
ART 119Introduction to Photography4
ART 120Introduction to Digital Photography4
ART 210ATopics in Studio Art: Drawing1-4
ART 210BTopics in Studio Art: Painting1-4
ART 210CTopics in Studio Art: Printmaking1-4
ART 210DTopics in Studio Art: Sculpture1-4
ART 210ETopics in Studio Art: Photography1-4
ART 210FTopics in Studio Art: Digital Art1-4
ART 210GTopics in Studio Art: Special Topics1-4
ART 210HTopics in Studio Art: Video Art1-4
ART 211Intermediate Drawing4
ART 212Painting II4
ART 213Painting III4
ART 214Film and Video Art: Site Specific4
ART 215Public Art4
ART 216Sculpture Fabrication4
ART 217Intermediate Printmaking4
ART 218Life Drawing4
ART 219Darkroom Photography4
ART 221Advanced Drawing4
ART 222Advanced Painting4
ART 224Film and Video Art: Cyberspace4
ART 225Bodies and Objects4
ART 226Installation Art4
ART 227Advanced Printmaking4
ART 228Film and Video Art: Theatre Works4
ART 229Digital Photography4
ART 232Design Studio: Visualization of Ideas4
ART 239Photography and the Handmade Book4
ART 290Printmaking Workshop4
ART 295Studio Seminar1-4
ART 296Design Studio: Ethics and Aesthetics4
ART 397AAdvanced Topics in Studio Art: Drawing1-4
ART 397BAdvanced Topics in Studio Art: Painting1-4
ART 397CAdvanced Topics in Studio Art: Printmaking1-4
ART 397DAdvanced Topics in Studio Art: Sculpture1-4
ART 397EAdvanced Topics in Studio Art: Photography1-4
ART 397FAdvanced Topics in Studio Art: Video Art1-4
ART 397GAdvanced Topics in Studio Art: Digital Art1-4
ART 397HAdvanced Topics in Studio Art: Special Topics1-4