Major Requirements (42 Credits)

Required Courses (12 Credits)
AHT 102Introduction to Art History and Visual Culture I: Antiquity to Early Renaissance
AHT 103Introduction to Art History and Visual Culture II: High Renaissance to Contemporary Art
AHT 270Theories and Methods in Art History and Visual Culture
AHT 320Anthropologies of Art
Major Electives (18 Credits)

Six of the following (with at least two at the 300 level):

AHT 211Collecting and the Art Market in the Age of Globalization
AHT 213Art and Ideas: Exploring Vision
AHT 216Introduction to the History of Photography
AHT 231Renaissance Art and Architecture in Italy
AHT 233Venice and the East
AHT 234Painting in France in the 19th Century: Reality, Impressions, Simultaneity
AHT 280Contemporary Art: From the New York School to the Present
AHT 338The City and Its Representation in the 20th Century
AHT 350Museums and Art Galleries: Theory, History and Practice
AHT 361The Visual Culture of Disaster
AHT 362Visual Semiotics: Signs and Symbols in Art, Architecture, Film, and Fashion
AHT 371Topics in Art History
Interdisciplinary Electives (6 Credits)

Two of the following:

ARC 200Practicum in Archaeology
CLCS 200Gender and Sexuality in a Global Context
CLCS 215TVienna 1900: A Modernist City
CLCS 220Inventing the Past: The Uses of Memory in a Changing World
CLCS 241Forbidden Acts: Queer Studies and Performance
CLCS 242Representations of Poverty in Literature, Film and the Media
CLCS 245Critical Approaches to the Graphic Novel: Justice in the Gutter
CLCS 250Ecocritical Approaches to Film
CLCS 271Holocaust Memory in Berlin: Traces of the Third Reich in Cultural Narratives, Architecture, Memorial
CLCS 300(Re)Defining Masculinity
CLCS 340Fashion and Popular Culture
CLCS 371Law and Culture
CLCS 372Tales of Catastrophe
COM 105Introduction to Communication and Media Studies
COM 201Fundamentals of Media Studies and Criticism
COM 202Fundamentals of Interpersonal Communication
COM 300History of Mediated Communication
COM 301Globalization and Media
COM 302Intercultural Communication: Theory, Research, and Practice
COM 327Producing Digital Media: Communication and Media in Practice
COM 370Topics in Communication and Media Studies
FRE 374Introduction to French Cinema
FRE 376French Cinema: The New Wave
GER 373German Film as Medium of Culture
HIS 243Worlds of Islam
HIS 357Weimar Germany: Crisis or Crucible of Modernity?
ITA 373Italian Film and Society
ITA 374Italian Cinema
ITA 375Italian Film Adaptation: From the Page to the Screen
LC 100The Stories We Live By
LC 110Reading Cultures: Approaches to Cultural Studies
Studio Art Course (3 Credits)

Complete one Studio Art (STA) or Visual Culture (VCA) course at any level.

Capstone Requirement (3 Credits)

One of the following:

AHT 498Art History Internship
AHT 499Art History Thesis

*All Bachelor of Arts degrees require a total of 120 credits consisting of Core Requirements, Major Requirements, and General Elective courses. Prerequisites may be required for courses outside of the major.