Art History

On Campus Courses

Below are the Art History undergraduate and graduate catalog course descriptions.

COURSE#COURSE TITLETERM OFFEREDCREDITS
58-101Art AppreciationFall & Spring3
58-105Comparative ArtsSpring, alternate years3
58-203History of Art I: Prehistoric to MedievalFall3
58-204History of Art II: Renaissance to ModernSpring3
58-206History of ArchitectureSpring, alternate years3
58-211Nineteenth Century ArtFall, alternate years3
58-221Twentieth Century ArtSpring, alternate years3
58-223History of Picturingalternate years

3

58-225Studies in World ArtSpring, alternate years

3

58-231Greek and Roman ArtFall, alternate years3
58-241Medieval ArtSpring, alternate years3
58-300Art History, Music and CultureFall, alternate years3
58-305Theater and the Visual ArtsSpring, alternate years3
58-308Art, Science & TechnologyFall & Spr. alt. years3
58-313American ArtSpring, alternate years3
58-314American ArchitectureSpring, alternate years

3

58-321Italian Renaissance ArtFall, alternate years3
58-323Northern Renaissance ArtSpring, alternate years3
58-325Studies in Latin American ArtSpring, alternate years

3

58-330Italian MannerismSpring, alternate years3
58-331Asian ArtSpring, alternate years3
58-332Baroque Art in ItalyFall, alternate years3
58-334Northern Baroque ArtSpring, alternate years3
58-340Woman and ArtFall, alternate years3
58-345The Pre-RaphaelitesFall, alternate years3
58-350Post-ModernismSpring, alternate years3
58-352Critical IssuesFall, alternate years3
58-355Primitive Art: Method and TheorySpring, alternate years

3

58-360Museum IssuesFall, alternate years3
58-370Art History and FilmFall, alternate years3
58-375Exhibiting Culture: Museum as an ArtifactFall & Spring

3

58-490Art History SeminarFall & Spring3
58-494Directed Study in Art HistoryFall & Spring3
58-495Advanced Tutorial in Art HistoryFall & Spring3
48-496Practicum Experience in Art HistoryFall & Spring3
59-515The City as a Cultural ExperienceFall & Spring3