Curatorial Studies Minor

The curatorial studies minor will prepare students to curate a professional fine art exhibition in a gallery or museum setting.  Students will learn about critical theory, research methods, curatorial methodologies and ethics, and approaches to exhibition design specific to the discipline of art history.  The curatorial studies minor may be chosen as a minor to satisfy bachelor’s degree requirements in other fields.

This minor consists of 18 hours of coursework.

Required Courses (15 hours)

ART 2303Art History Survey I [TCCN: ARTS 1303]

ART 2304Art History Survey II [TCCN: ARTS 1304]

ART 4357Critical Theory & Research Methods in Art History

ART 4338Art Curatorial Training & Ethics

ART 4339Exhibition Practicum

Elective Courses Select one of the following 3 hours

ART 3340Aesthetics in Visual Learning

ART 4370Undergraduate Internship Program

ART 4371Undergraduate Internship Program

ART 4344Medieval Art

ART 4345Renaissance Art

ART 4346Baroque and Rococo Art

ART 4347Nineteenth-Century Art

ART 4348Art in America

ART 4349Twentieth-Century Art

ART 4354Greek Art

ART 4394Contemporary Issues