The Associate of Arts in Art History is designed for students who wish to pursue the study of art forms of the past and present in a social, political, philosophical and cultural context as a foundation for understanding human history and creativity.
|Complete 8 units from the following courses:||Units|
|ART 201||Form and Composition I||3 units|
|ART 204||Drawing I||3 units|
|ART 205||Drawing II||3 units|
|ART 206||Figure Drawing and Portraiture||3 units|
|ART 207||Life Drawing||3 units|
|ART 214||Color||3 units|
|ART 221||Painting I||3 units|
|ART 222||Painting II||3 units|
|ART 229||Landscape Painting||2 units|
|ART 301||Two-Dimensional Design||3 units|
|Complete 3 units from the following courses:||Units|
|ART 105||Art of Asia and the Near East||3 units|
|ART 113||Great Museums of America||3 units|
|ART 114||The Art History of Paris||3 units|
|ART 116||The Art of Great Britain||3 units|
|ART 118||The Art and Architecture of Spain||3 units|
|ART 128||Great Museums of California||3 units|
|ART 131||Art History Goes to the Movies||3 units|
|ART 250||The Art History of Rome||3 units|
And required General Education coursework and electives as needed to meet the minimum
60 units required for the Associate degree.
Please refer to the AA/AS Degree Requirements for more information.