Professor Emeritus, T.J. Clark. Photo: Erin Babnik.
Judith Stronach Graduate Travel Seminar
to London and Madrid, 2012
Graduate students William Coleman and Cristin McKnight Sethi in the History of Art/Classic Library
Berkeley Art Museum, UC Berkeley
Professor Todd Olson at the British Museum. Judith Stronach Graduate Travel Seminar
to London and Madrid, 2012.
Assistant Professor Sugata Ray in the classroom
The Minor Program in the History of Art is designed to provide a structured and broad program for those students majoring in other disciplines but with a strong interest in the History of Art. Students minoring in the History of Art will take at least 5 courses (Upper Division Lecture or Seminar) with a minimum grade of C (total of 18-20 units). Up to two of these courses may be 3 unit courses. These should include courses in 2 separate chronological periods and 2 different geographical categories as specified below.
Geographical: 1) Europe and the Mediterranean; 2) Asia and the Pacific; 3) The Americas; 4) Middle East and Africa; 5) Trans-cultural.
Recommended: Students minoring in History of Art are strongly encouraged to also take a lower division lecture course in art history and a course in art practice/materials. Students may also apply one Summer Session course to their minor requirements.
Residency Requirements: A minimum of 3 required upper division courses must be taken in the History of Art Department at Berkeley.
Note: Work for the minor must be completed within the 130-unit minimum limit for graduation. Courses accepted for a Minor Program may also satisfy L&S breadth requirements. A maximum of one course may be used to satisfy requirements of both a student’s major and minor.