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Note: The subject code for courses previously identified by the SPCH subject code are now identified by the ACOM subject code. All courses taken prior to this change that bear the ACOM code still count toward all Applied communication major and minor requirement
Prerequisites for all advanced courses in the history of art: ARHA 2310 for ancient and medieval; ARHA 2311 for all other courses; or consent of instructor. ARHA 2310 must precede ARHA 2311. Upper-level courses are offered no more frequently than once every two years; they are offered on an irregular basis during summer terms.
Each art history credit hour requires three clock hours of work each week. One hour is scheduled in class and the additional two hours are scheduled outside class.
The undraped human figure appears as a significant subject throughout much of art history and is evident within the art history curriculum.
Each studio art credit hour requires four clock hours of work each week. Two of these hours are scheduled and the additional hours occur outside of scheduled class time in the open studio workspace. Each studio is scheduled to be open for these additional hours.
The undraped human figure is a significant subject within the studio art curriculum.