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Art History
Undergraduate
Minor

Art History

The College of Communication and the Arts offers a minor in Art History.

Curriculum

Art History Minor
Students wishing to minor in Art History must complete 18 credits in the discipline, including A 3 credit required course and 15 credits of Art History Electives. 

Required 

  • ARTH 1101 Art of the Western World (3 credits)

 Art History Electives (15 credits) 

  • ARTH2109/AFAM 2529 African American Art (3 credits) 
  • ARTH 2124 History of Graphic Design (3 credits) 
  • ARTH 2126/ASIA 2126 The Arts of China and Japan (3 credits) 
  • ARTH 3101/CORE 3101 The Art of St. Peter's (3 credits) 
  • ARTH 3132/CORE 2132/CAST 3132 The Art and Experience of Pilgrimage (3 credits) 
  • ARTH 3140 History of Photography (3 credits) 
  • ARTH 3141-44 Special Topics in Art History (3 credits) 
  • ARTH 3193-94 Art History Internship (3 credits) 
  • ARTH 3201/WMST 3201, Gender and the Art (3 credits)

Faculty

The faculty in our internationally recognized research and teaching programs are committed to guiding students to success. Seton Hall is a Catholic University where great thinkers do more than think. They teach.

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Charlotte Nichols
Charlotte Nichols
Associate Professor of Art History
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Juergen Heinrich
Juergen Heinrichs
Associate Professor of Art History Program
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