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2016-2017 Undergraduate Catalog
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  Oct 17, 2017
 
 
    
2016-2017 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Art History, B.A.


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Requirements for the liberal arts major in art history, B.A. program


A minimum of 48 credits, distributed as shown below. At least 16 credits in the major must be taken at Oakland University. Only courses in which the student has earned at least a 2.0 may be counted toward the art history major.

2. Required course


3. Four courses from the following (at least one course must be selected from each category)


Notes


AH 310 - Art of the Ancient Near East  may satisfy the requirement either for Non-Western or for Ancient/Medieval, but not both.

   may satisfy the requirement either for Non-Western or Ancient/Medieval, but not both.

AH 322 - Early Medieval, Byzantine, and Romanesque Art  may satisfy the requirement either for Ancient/Medieval or for Renaissance/Baroque, but not both.

AH 343 - Russian Art  may satisfy the requirement either for Renaissance/Baroque or for American/Modern, but not both.

AH 345 - German Art  may satisfy the requirement either for Ancient/Medieval or for Renaissance/Baroque, but not both.

AH 349 - Latin American Art  may satisfy the requirement either for Non-Western or Renaissance/Baroque but not both.

AH 385 - Seminar in Art History  may satisfy one of the above requirements, the subject area of which will determine the category.

Students using this catalog to meet art history major requirements may also use any course subsequently approved as satisfying requirements in the Non-Western, Ancient/Medieval, Renaissance/Baroque, and American/Modern groups and published in a later catalog.

4. Four elective credits from AH courses


Language requirement


Students must also complete one semester of a foreign language. This requirement also fulfills General Education: Foreign Language and Culture. For students intending to pursue graduate study, the departmental faculty recommends two years of college-level foreign language.

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