Individuals interested in careers in the art history field may obtain an A.A. in liberal arts, which trains them in observation, analysis and communication, the basis for many careers in both the business and government sectors. Many graduates continue their education at a university, majoring in art history.
Career opportunities for those with a B.A. or advanced degree include work with museums as curators or archivists; with galleries; in publishing as art editors or critics; art appraisal; art consulting; historical preservation; conservation; and education, teaching at the college or high school levels.
Complete general education and other requirements listed for the associate degree and
Major requirements: 18 semester units
A grade point average of 2.0 is required for the major courses.
Select 3 units from the following:
|ART 206||Figure Drawing and Portraiture||3.0 units|
|ART 207||Life Drawing||3.0 units|
|ART 214||Color||3.0 units|
|ART 223||Oil Painting I||3.0 units|
|ART 301||Design||3.0 units|
|ART 350||Visual Perception||3.0 units|
|ART 124||Old Masters' Aesthetics and Techniques||3.0 units|
|ART 105||Asian Art History||3.0 units|
|FILM 100||Introduction to Film||3.0 units|
|ANTH 110||Cultural Anthropology||3.0 units|
|HIST 100||History and Western Civilization I||3.0 units|
|HIST 101||History and Western Civilization II||3.0 units|