Present work that demonstrates creative or scholarly originality, perceptual acuity, conceptual understanding, as well as technical facility at a professional entry level in their chosen field(s).
Acquire the ability to place works of art/design in historical, cultural, stylistic and theoretical/critical contexts, both in relation to the general history of the field and the specific history of their area of specialization.
Gain general knowledge of the history of art both of the western and non-western cultures in relation to general world history.
Demonstrate competency in research and critical argument, as well as an entry-level professional competency in analytical writing.
All courses must be passed with a “C” (2.0) or better to be counted in the minor.