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Art history minor

Available at:  
- Atlanta
- Savannah

The art history minor builds upon a common foundation to craft a customized program of study in global visual and material culture. Students pursue advanced undergraduate courses and seminars devoted to the history, theory and criticism of art and design in order to enhance individual professional pursuits. Classroom experiences offer students opportunities to deeply explore topics aligned to their creative interests and provide direct encounters with international artists, critics, curators and scholars as well as study abroad opportunities.

  • CTXT 121 Visual Culture in Context: Caves to Cathedrals
  • CTXT 122 Visual Culture in Context: Age of Exploration
  • 200- to 400-level ARTH elective*
  • 200- to 400-level ARTH elective*
  • 300- to 400-level ARTH elective*
  • 300- to 400-level ARTH elective*

Total course of study: 30 hours

* Electives must be distributed in four out of five concentrations: ancient/medieval, early modern, modern, contemporary, non-Western. One elective must be in non-Western.