As a student majoring in art history, you will begin with courses that survey the arts of Asia, Europe, and America. More specialized lecture courses and proseminars follow in global art and visual culture from ancient times to the present day.
The Art History minor has proven to be a desirable adjunct for students majoring in the biological sciences, social sciences, cultural studies, languages, and for those majoring in the allied areas of Art Studio, Design, or Landscape Architecture. Art History is both visually-oriented and analytical, and because it is a writing discipline, the minor has also provided an interesting and useful source of core GE credits (AH, VL, WC, ACGH, WE).
In your senior year, if not before, you will probably want to approach your professors for letters of recommendation. Professors get lots of these requests, so it is in your interest to follow these guidelines: