Undergraduate Requirements

Art History track


Required Courses
Credits

Lower (100-level): Any two from ARTH 102, ARTH 103, ARTH 110, or ARTH 111.

[Please note, ARTH 110 and 111 are new courses, introduced in bulletin year 2015-16. If you have taken ARTH 101 or ARTH 104 (which are no longer being offered), these courses may be used to satisfy this degree requirement. However, if you have already taken ARTH 101, you may not take ARTH 110.]

8

Intermediate (200-level) and advanced (300-level): No more than 8 credits at 200-level. At least 8 credits must be in each of the following two distribution designations:

  • "Pre-1800"

  • "Post-1800"

20

Elective in Fine Arts: Any course in ARTS, CINE, MUS, or THEA

4

ARTH 496: Theories and Methods

4

Additional 400-level seminar

4

TOTAL

40

*Please note: 2-credit courses may count toward total required credits.


Architecture and Urban Studies track


Required Courses
Credits

Lower (100-level): ARTH 103 and any one of ARTH 102, ARTH 110, or ARTH 111

[Please note, ARTH 110 and 111 are new courses, introduced in bulletin year 2015-16. If you have taken ARTH 101 or ARTH 104 (which are no longer being offered), these courses may be used to satisfy this degree requirement. However, if you have already taken ARTH 101, you may not take ARTH 110.]

8

Intermediate (200-level) and advanced (300-level): No more than 8 credits at 200-level. At least 12 credits must be in "Architecture and Urban Studies." Of the credits in "Architecture and Urban Studies," at least 4 credits must be in each of the following two distribution designations:

  • "Pre-1800"

  • "Post-1800"

20

PHYS 121: General Physics I

4

MATH 224: Differential Calculus
MATH 225: Integral Calculus

[Please note: MATH 221 (4 cr.) satisfies this requirement as well.]

2
2

Elective in Fine Arts: Any course in ARTS, CINE, MUS, or THEA

4

ARTS 371: Drawing II

4

ARTH 496: Theories and Methods

4

Additional 400-level seminar in "Architecture and Urban Studies"

4

TOTAL

52

 *Please note: 2-credit courses may count toward total required credits.