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The Art History Minor is for students interested in studying the history of art. We see you enhancing your Art or History major with this excellent supplement. And for students interested in pursuing Museum Studies at the graduate level, the Art History minor is essential.

Cedar Crest’s art history program employs a critical lens to examine global perspectives that challenge and expand on the artifacts included in the US and European art historical canon.

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Art History Minor

For information, contact Jill Odegaard, , 610-606-4666, ext. 3347

The Art History Minor is for students interested in studying the history of art and is an excellent supplement to an Art or History major.  See Art History Minor below for course requirements.  For students interested in pursuing museum studies at the graduate level, the Art History minor is essential.

Art History Foundations: 6 credits

ART 105 Art History I (Fall, Winter or Summer 1)
ART 106 Art History II (Spring or Summer 2)

Art History electives: (choose 3 courses) 9 credits

ART 200 Modern Art: 1800-1945 (fall)               
ART 210 Contemporary Art: 1945-present (spring)      
ART 215 Selected Movements in Art                                
ART 220 Women Artists (spring)                        

Studio Foundations: 6 credits

3D Studio
ART 127 Sculpture
and    
2D Studio
ART 101 Beginning Drawing
or
ART 110 Principles of Visual Organization                                 
History 107 and 108 are strongly recommended.

Total Credits 21 credits

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