Art & Art History

About Art & Art History

Programs in art and art history offer: 

  1. Introductory courses designed to develop appreciation and increased understanding of the fine arts and their contribution to the cultural life of society.
  2. Advanced courses leading to an academic major or minor in art history, design arts or fine arts.
  3. Special programs formulated to prepare the student for graduate study or a professional career.
  4. Support courses leading to a professional degree in architecture and state certification in art education.

The art and art history program offers three majors leading to a Bachelor of Arts degree. A student can major in art history, design arts or fine arts. General requirements for the fine arts major as well as the specific courses offered are listed below.

Contact: Dr. Saundra Weddle Chair, Art & Art History Program Assistant Department Chair, Fine and Performing Arts Associate Professor of Art & Art History PAC 203 and HSA 202 Office: (417)873-7437