AA in Art History Transfer Plan

Emphasizes analysis and interpretation of historical and contemporary artworks and art movements. Students who major in art history are most likely to seek careers in college teaching, museum and gallery work, arts administration, art criticism, and publishing. Foreign Language acquisition and writing is encouraged.*

First Semester Credit Hours
Major Discipline and Transfer Electives ART 110: Drawing I 3
Humanities/Fine Arts - ART 130: Ancient and Medieval Art History
Communication - ENG 101: English Composition I
Social & Behavioral Sciences - Recommended: PSY 101 or SOC 101 3
Foreign Language - FRN 101 or GER 101 4
Total 16
Second Semester Credit Hours
Major Discipline and Transfer Electives ART 121: Design I 3
Humanities & Fine Arts - ART 131: Gothic through Romantic Art History 3
Physical & Life Sciences - See Group 3 in the AA Degree and transfer school information 3
Foreign Language - FRN 102 or GER 102 4
Mathematics - See Group 2 3
Total 16
Third Semester Credit Hours
Communication - ENG 102: English Composition II 3
Major Discipline and Transfer Electives - ART 132: Modern and Contemporary Art History 3
Social & Behavioral Sciences - See Group 5 in the AA Degree and transfer school information 3
Communication - SPE 101: Speech I 3
Foreign Language - FRN 201 or GER 201 4
Total 16
Fourth Semester Credit Hours
Major Discipline and Transfer Electives - ART 133: Non-Western Art History+ 3
Physical & Life Sciences - See Group 3 in the AA Degree and transfer school information 4
Social & Behavioral Sciences - See Group 5 in the AA Degree and transfer school information 3
Humanities & Fine Arts - FRN 202 or GER 202 4
Total 14

ART 133+ (Non-Western Art History), which also fulfills World Culture and Diversity Requirement.

* Transfer institutions might weigh more heavily either toward studio or the humanities electives. Please check with your preferred transfer institution and/or counselor.