Course of Study

The B.A. in Art History consists of 120 semester credit hours during which you will hone your analytical skills in the discipline, master a broad range of art historical content, craft original research, complete study in a minor field of your choice and develop proficiency in a foreign language. 

Please note that all courses completed towards your degree requirements must be completed with a grade of C or better.

We recommend that students meet regularly throughout their program of study with CVAD advising staff and the Art History Program Coordinator to make sure they are on the most efficient path to graduation.

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Student accomplishments

Art Education PhD candidate Jeremy Blair

Congratulations to Art Education PhD candidate Jeremy Blair. Currently Visiting Assistant Professor of Art Education at University of Georgia, he discusses his research “Grand Theft AutoEthnography: Video Game Design for the Art Classroom” in the current issue of NAEA News, Volume 57, No. 2 (April 2015): 18.

Art Education and Art History
Art Education

Congratulations to Art Education PhD candidate Jeremy Blair. Currently Visiting Assistant Professor of Art Education at University of Georgia, he discusses his research “Grand Theft AutoEthnography: Video Game Design for the Art Classroom” in the current issue of NAEA News, Volume 57, No. 2 (April 2015): 18.

Alumni accomplishments

Tim Garth

Tim Garth (Ph.D. Art Education, 2016) is an alum and published an article in Trends, The Journal of The Texas Art Education Association. This journal is published annually and is distributed to all TAEA members. The purpose of this peer-reviewed journal is to expand art education discourse by highlighting research, issues, and concerns that can inform our theoretical and pedagogical practices in and out of the classroom.

Art Education and Art History
Art Education

Tim Garth (Ph.D. Art Education, 2016) is an alum and published an article in Trends, The Journal of The Texas Art Education Association. This journal is published annually and is distributed to all TAEA members. The purpose of this peer-reviewed journal is to expand art education discourse by highlighting research, issues, and concerns that can inform our theoretical and pedagogical practices in and out of the classroom.