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2020-2021 Catalog 
2020-2021 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Art History Minor

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Professors: Jennifer Bracy, Jodie Garrison, Rebecca McCannell, Diane Tarter
Associate professors: Michael Freeman, Mary Harden, Daniel Tankersley, Garima Thakur
Assistant professor: Peter Hoffeker-Mejia


Cultivate a unified atmosphere of learning in the undergraduate programs of visual art through aesthetic research activities and art making, personalized learning and public service. The program teaches theory, philosophy and aesthetic awareness. Student and professional gallery exhibits contribute to the cultural environment of the campus and region. The process of critical and creative thinking, skill building and visual literacy are emphasized throughout the program.

Learning Outcomes

  1. Apply design elements and principles in the work for self-expression and communication.
  2. Develop and engage in written and verbal communication skills to articulate one’s own artistic intentions and to evaluate the art of other artists.
  3. Develop technical abilities and a disciplined work ethic within the studio media that incorporates exploration and risk-taking into the process of transforming thought to form.

Core Courses

Total Credits: 28


* May be repeated with different course topics. The 400-level art history courses are offered on a rotating basis.

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