The Department of Art and Art History offers an exciting and unique opportunity for interdisciplinary study in the arts. While the emphasis track is specific to photography, this program requires students to take courses outside the chosen field; students are encouraged to explore the endless possibilities that exist between photography and other art forms. This unique degree is an excellent alternative to the BFA program.
An Interdisciplinary Arts major with a Photography Emphasis requires 60 credits, including:
In addition to the 46 credits of specialization courses, choose the remaining 19 credits, for a total of 65, in any combination of ART, ARTH, ARTL, ARTD, MUSC, PHOT or THTR. In consultation with the student’s advisor, 10 of these credits must be from a discipline other than photography (PHOT) and 10 must be taken at the 3000-4000 level. (see Course Descriptions).
5 credits from the following may count towards the elective requirement:
For more detailed information regarding the degree programs in Photography and other Art and Art History programs, visit the Online Catalog.
Art and Art History in the News
Professor Ken Allan & Curator Catharina Manchanda discuss Rauchenberg at the SAM November 18th
Professor Alexander Mouton's Exhibition at 4Culture.