120 units are required to complete the Bachelor of Arts in Art History, 42 units of which must be upper division coursework.
The Art History division offers a broad range of specialties as well as diverse methodological and theoretical approaches. On the undergraduate level, Art History provides a major for those students who plan on pursuing Art History studies at the graduate level, and the area lends essential support to the various studio programs and liberal arts degrees. Students are encouraged to develop advanced research skills and originality of thought as well as a thorough knowledge of the history of art.
Prospective Students and Alumni
General Program Requirements can be viewed through the UA Academic Catalog website.
- Choose the General Catalog based on the academic year you entered the UA.
- Navigate to the Index of the Catalog and choose either Academic Advising Report or Academic Program Requirements Reports (APRRs). Please note, APRRs may not be available for the catalogs within 4 years of the current academic year. Use the Academic Advising Report if you cannot find the APRR.
- Navigate to your program of study (e.g. Art History).
See the Program Requirements page for more information.
Areas of concentration include:
- Early Modern Europe
- History of Photography
- Latin American
- Modern and Contemporary
- History and Theory of Architecture
► For information regarding Art History undergraduate clubs and activities, click here.
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