Minor in Art History

Temple University students majoring in other subjects—including Tyler students pursuing Bachelor of Fine Arts degreesmay minor in Art History. Students may complete much of the minor at the Rome campus or all of the minor at the Temple University Main or Japan Campus.

A minor in Art History is intended to provide the student with a deepened understanding of critical theory and the history of art, to develop skills in the discipline of the study of art history, to allow the pursuit of an interdisciplinary course of study, or to prepare themselves for an advanced degree.

Requirements for non-B.F.A. Students

Select one of the following:3-4
Arts of Asia
Arts of the World I: Prehistoric to 1300
Honors Arts of the World I: Prehistoric to 1300
Arts of the World II: 1300 to the 21st Century
Honors Arts of the World II: 1300 to the 21st Century
Arts of the Western World: The Visual Experience
Select four Upper-Level 2000+ Art History Electives16
Total Credit Hours19-20

Requirements for Tyler School of Art B.F.A. Students

ARTH 1155Arts of the World I: Prehistoric to 13003
or ARTH 1955 Honors Arts of the World I: Prehistoric to 1300
ARTH 1156Arts of the World II: 1300 to the 21st Century3
or ARTH 1956 Honors Arts of the World II: 1300 to the 21st Century
Select four Upper-Level 2000+ Art History Electives16
Total Credit Hours22