ART HISTORY COURSES APPROVED FOR BREADTH REQUIREMENTS

STUDENTS WHO STARTED BEFORE FALL 2010

STUDENTS WHO STARTED IN FALL 2010 OR AFTER CLICK HERE

Group A: Analysis and Appreciation of the Creative Arts and Humanities
ARTH101 Visual Culture
ARTH150 Monuments and Methods in the History of Art
ARTH151 Myth, Religion, and Art
ARTH162 History of Architecture
ARTH237 Art of Tibet
ARTH307 Seurat to Matisse: Art in France
ARTH457 Survey of African Art (cross-listed with ANTH 457)
Group B: The Study of Culture and Institutions over Time
ARTH153 Introduction to Art History I
ARTH154 Introduction to Art History II
ARTH156 Rome: From Caesar to Fellini
ARTH163 Architecture in Global Contexts
ARTH204 Art, Power, and Architecture in Africa
ARTH206 Introduction to Art and Architecture in Africa
ARTH207 Art of Ancient Egypt and the Near East
ARTH208 Greek and Roman Art
ARTH209 Early Medieval Art, 200-1000 A.D.
ARTH210 Later Medieval Art, 1000-1400 A.D.
ARTH217 Early Renaissance Art
ARTH218 High Renaissance and Mannerist Art
ARTH220 Italian Renaissance Architecture
ARTH222 Baroque Art
ARTH225 Eighteenth-Century Art
ARTH227 Modern Art I
ARTH228 Modern Art II
ARTH230 American Art: 1607-1865
ARTH231 American Art: 1865-Present
ARTH232 Art of Latin America
ARTH233 Art and Architecture in China
ARTH234 Art of Japan
ARTH235 Art of India
ARTH236 Art of the Islamic World
ARTH245 The American Home
ARTH250 Rulers' Images from Augustus to George Washington
ARTH299 Modern Architecture
ARTH302 Prints and Society
ARTH303 Art of the Spanish Renaissance
ARTH304 Northern Baroque Art
ARTH305 Italian Baroque Art: Metaphor and Marvel
ARTH310 The Role of the Artist in Society
ARTH311 Renaissance Women, Society, and the Arts
ARTH318 History of Photography
ARTH440 Seminar in Latin American Art
Group C: Empirically-Based Study of Human Beings and their Environment
Does Not Apply
Group D: The Study of Natural Phenomena through Experiment or Analysis
ARTH205 Science and the Detection of Art Forgeries (cross-listed with MSST 205)