Art History BA Overview
120 credit, four-year program of study
Art History is the study of visual artifacts that express the values of cultures. In addition to works that have been traditionally viewed as art, such as painting, sculpture, architecture, prints, drawings, ceramics, textiles, and metalwork, art history also embraces urban planning, cinema, animation, design, photography, computer-based imaging, and many others. Learning Outcomes for Art History
Student (s) reviewing and discussing facsimiles of the Gulshan Album (a book containing Indian, Persian, Central Asian, Turkish, and European illustrations) from the Golistan Palace Archives in Tehran. With Guest lecturer Dr. Milo Beach and Professor Pamela Karimi.
All majors complete 36 -39 credits of ARH courses, of which, 3 credits must be taken in a non-Western area, 3 credits must be taken as an internship in Art & Engagement, and 3 credits must be taken in a the Senior Seminar course. 12 of these credits must be taken above the 100-level. In addition to the departmental requirements listed below, all students must meet the University's graduation requirements, including those for general education University Study.
Art History Requirements
All applicants must follow UMass Dartmouth's admissions procedures as defined in the University Catalog.
Starting in academic year 2012 -2013, the Department of Art History will require all majors to have a laptop/computer by the beginning of their second year. Follow these links for Computer Requirements and discounts.
Degree Essentials & Requirements