Art History Minor Requirements Students must complete ARHI 2300 Art History I and ARHI 2400 Art History II before enrolling in any 3000-level art history courses. (Note that ARHI 2300 and ARHI 2400 will help satisfy Area IV of the Core Curriculum.) The Art History Minor is comprised of 15 hours of upper-level ARHI courses. Nine hours of 3000-level courses (3 courses) must be completed before a student is able to enroll in a 4000-level courses. Six hours (2 courses) must be at the 4000-level. Even as a registered minor, students need permission from the Area to register for a 4000-level class. Students must complete 3000-level courses in three of the following areas: Ancient, Late Antique, Medieval, and Asian Renaissance and Baroque 18th and 19th century 20th century and contemporary For a complete list of art history courses, divided by area, see the UGA Bulletin. Notes Of the 15 hours of upper-level art history required, 12 hours are required in residence. All courses used to satisfy the minor requirement must be passed with a grade of C or better. All minors must contain at least 9 hours of upper division course work. Studio Art Minor The minor in Studio Art provides students with the opportunity to integrate creative and artistic practice with other academic or research pursuits. Students selecting the minor in Studio Art are not necessarily pursuing careers as practicing professional artists; rather they are seeking a unique program of study where the visual arts and creativity provide desirable skills. The Studio Art minor consists of 18 hours (6 courses) from the courses listed below, across areas of concentration (there is no guarantee that all minor courses can be taken in one area of concentration): Required Courses (18 hours) ARHI 2300 or ARHI 2300E or ARHI 200 or ARHI 2400E One 1000-level ARST or ARGD or ARID studio course One 2000-level ARST or ARGD or ARID studio course Three 3000- or 4000-level ARST or ARGD or ARID studio courses Notes Courses taken to satisfy Core Areas I through V may not be counted as coursework in the minor. Courses taken in Core Area VI may be counted as coursework in the minor. A maximum of 6 hours of transfer credit hours allowed (with School of Art approval). All minors must contain at least 9 hours of upper division course work. Minor in Design + Media The minor in Design + Media consists of 15 hours of coursework focused on time-based media, photography and graphic design and does not require any preliminary studio core coursework. Students will select 3 courses (9 hours) from five optional studios in photography, typography, video or time-based media; one seminar course related to contemporary and/or modern art history, design, culture and criticism; and one additional elective course at the 3000-level or above in any area of studio art or design area, or art history. Requirements (15 hours total) Select 3 of the following courses (9 hours): ARGD 2030 Introduction to Typography in Visual Culture ARGD 3030 Typography ARST 2210 or (ARST 2205 + ARST 2205L) Introduction to Photography and Image Culture ARST 3205 Video Concepts and Practice ARID 4410 Time Based Design One of the following courses (3 hours): ARGD 3070 The History of Graphic Design ARHI 3065 Modern Art History ARHI 3530 Modern Photography ARHI 3080 Introduction to Contemporary Art ARHI 3300 History and Theory of Modern Design ARTS 4910 Topics in Art, Criticism, and Culture ARID 3210 Design History I ARID 3220 Design History II One of the following courses (3 hours): Any ARST/ARTS/ARGD/ARID/ARHI course at the 3000-level or higher Notes Courses taken to satisfy Core Areas I through V may not be counted as coursework in the minor. Courses taken in Core Area VI may be counted as coursework in the minor. All upper-level courses must be taken in residence. All minors must contain at least 9 hours of upper division course work. A minimum grade of “C” (2.0) is required in minor course work.