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ARTH 411. Art Historiography. 3 Hours.

An exploration of the theory and methodology of art history, intended to develop critical thinking skills, to further the student's ability to write persuasively about art, to develop research and bibliographic skills, and to cultivate an awareness of some of the approaches employed by historians of art, including biography, connoisseurship, style criticism, iconology, and feminist criticism. The test of Art Historical Proficiency will be administered as part of this course. A score of 70% or better is required for all Art History majors.

Prerequisite: ARTH 201 with a minimum grade of D or ARTH 202 with a minimum grade of D or ARTH 210 with a minimum grade of D or ARTH 220 with a minimum grade of D or ARTH 225 with a minimum grade of D or ARTH 241 with a minimum grade of D.


Art History (ARTH) and Studio Arts (ARTS)

http://catalog.wofford.edu/courses-programs-departments/art-history-studio-arts/

The department offers a number of degree options in Art History and Studio Art.  Students can earn a major Art History or a major in Art History with a concentration in Studio Art.  Minors are available in both Art History and Studio Art.