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Curatorial Studies Program

Art History Minor

The art history minor is designed for students seeking to expand their knowledge of art history to complement their major interests in other disciplines. This minor will also provide students with options to continue their education in a variety of graduate art programs. 

Course Requirements - 19 credits

SAVC 141, Ways of Seeing: Pyramids to Cathedrals 
SAVC 142, Ways of Seeing: Medieval to Modern Art 
SAVC 255, Writing in Art History 
SAVC 320, Framing Art Histories

Choose one from below: 

SAVC 230, Global Foundations of Modern Art 
SAVC 305, Seminar in Curatorial Practice 
SAVC 335, Mining the Museum 

Choose one from below: 

SAVC 143, African American Art 
SAVC 312, Africa, Antiquity & Contemporary Expression 

* see the department for information on electives

Students minoring in Art History might also consider the Curatorial Studies program.

Through the ARCHE Program, the department also offers opportunities for study at the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD)Georgia State UniversityAgnes Scott CollegeEmory UniversityUniversity of Georgia, and several other visual arts programs throughout the state university system.