Art Minor (Art History Emphasis)

View the course and credit requirements for an Art Minor with Art History Emphasis below or in the UW-Green Bay Catalog.

Students take two foundation studio art courses and a series of lecture/discussion courses that provide a broad context for examining artistic production of various peoples. All the classes consider artifacts against their cultural background. Many of the courses also examine the nature of art history itself: how value judgments are made, by whom, and how they change over time. Lower level courses variously survey western (Euro-American) art from prehistory to the present day, with some consideration of non-western societies. Upper level courses offer closer examinations of non-western art, modern cultural production in the popular realm, and contemporary art.

For more information please contact Minkyu Lee.

Art History 
Supporting Courses15
ART 102
History of the Visual Arts: Ancient to Medieval
or ART 103
History of the Visual Arts II: Renaissance to Modern
ART 105
Introductory Drawing
ART 107
Two-Dimensional Design
ART 202
Modern Art
ART 203
Contemporary Art
Upper-Level Courses9
Choose three of the following courses:
ART 376
Modern American Culture
ART 379
Women, Art and Image
ART 380
History of Photography
ART 381
Art of the First Nations
ART 382
Precolumbian Art of Mesoamerica
ART 383
African Art
ART 384
Asian Art
Total Credits24