Art History Minor
Students enrolled in the Art History minor will be introduced to
the cultural resources of New York, the foundation for coursework
and extracurricular opportunities. In addition, students may pursue
art history coursework through participation in the university's
renowned Study Abroad program, encompassing residential campuses in
Paris and Rome and beyond.
The Department of Fine Arts minor requires 21 credits selected from
among the following regularly offered courses:
|Art 1660||History of Photography||3 credits|
|Art 1710||History of Art I (required)||3 credits|
|Art 1720||History of Art II (required)||3 credits|
|Art 1730||Pre-Columbian Art||3 credits|
|Art 1740||History of Modern Architecture||3 credits|
|Art 1770||Classical Archaeology||3 credits|
|Art 1775||Art & Architecture in France Paris campus||3 credits|
|Art 1790||Survey of Art & Architecture in Italy Rome campus||3 credits|
|Art 2145||History of Visual Communications||3 credits|
|Art 2750||History of Twentieth Century Art (required)||3 credits|
|Art 2760||Latin American Art: Encounter Between Two Worlds||3 credits|
|Art 2770||Women in the Arts||3 credits|
|Art 2790||Contemporary Art and Culture, 1945-present||3 credits|
|Art 4909||Internship||3-9 credits|
|Art 4953||Independent Study||3 credits|
Students wishing to pursue graduate study in the history of art or
art conservation are encouraged to enroll in courses beyond the 21
required credits required for the minor degree.
Art History Faculty
Professor Susan Rosenberg, B.A. Brown University, Ph.D. Institute
of Fine Arts, New York University.
Professor Lawrence Waldron, B.F.A. St. John's University, M.F.A.
School of Visual Arts, New York.