B.F.A. Art History

Overview

The Art History program offers students the opportunity to study a wider range of artistic traditions than most traditional programs. While building on the base of Art History survey courses, students take courses that concentrate on ethnic and gender specific art. Multicultural art, African art, Native American art, and Art by Women are offered each semester with new courses added to this strong base of non-western Art History.

Scholarships and Tuition Waivers

Incoming freshman are eligible for a variety of scholarships within the General Academic Scholarship Program. There are four scholarships specific to the Department of Art.

Degree Sheet

To see the classes that make up the Art History curriculum check out the Degree Sheet.

Four Year Plan

The Art History Four Year Plan will give you an idea of what your coursework might look like over four years.

Career Opportunities

Not sure what to do with a degree in art history? Use our Career Guide for help!

Explore Your Interests

Take advantage of these opportunities in the Metro which may spark your interest and even boost your resume.


Change Your Major

Either complete a “Request to Change Major/Minor Form” OR meet with your advisor and he/she will change your major.