As an undergraduate student at Lesley, you may elect a minor in Art History.
Requirements: 21 credits
Core Courses Required in the Minor 9 credits3 credits IAHIS 1200- Art of the Western World I3 credits IAHIS 1210- Art of the Western World II3 credits IAHIS 4910- Critical TheoryDepartmental Electives 3 creditsStudents must take the departmental Art History elective that corresponds with their studio major.3 credits IAHIS 2100- History of Modern Design3 credits IAHIS 2200- History of Photography3 credits IAHIS 2400- Illustration Survey3 credits IAHIS 2460- History of Animation3 credits IAHIS 3600- Art Since 1945 (Fine Arts departmental elective)Electives in the Minor 9 creditsChoose at least one Non-western and two advanced electives to equal 9 credits.Non-western Art History Electives 3 credits3 credits IAHIS 3280- Contemporary Art in East Asia3 credits IAHIS 3303- Art of the Japanese Tea Ceremony3 credits IAHIS 3304- Art of India and the Islamic World3 credits IAHIS 3313- Multicultural Photography3 credits IAHIS 3420- Introduction to Art & Thought of Asia3 credits IAHIS 3450- Arts of Africa3 credits IAHIS 4400- Art and Culture of JapanAdvanced Art History Electives 6 creditsStudents must take two 3000/4000 level Art History electives
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“It’s important for an artist to understand what’s come before. To make it new, you have to know what you’re departing from.” — Julia Kirchmer, Studio/Art History Major, Arts Management Minor, Class of 2013
“Effective learning requires engagement with the material. By exploring the work of artists of the past and recent past I hope to bring their accomplishments to life for students in a meaningful way that can inform and enrich their own endeavors. In today’s world critical perspective is essential for success in the arts as it is in most careers.” — Susan Ashbrook, Department Chair