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Honors in Art History

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Villa Farnesina, Rome. Photo by Erin Giffin.


The following requirements apply to graduate with distinction in Art History:

  • Maintain a 3.3 cumulative GPA as well as a 3.5 GPA in Art History courses
  • Complete at least one 500 level graduate class
  • Participate in three 400 level Art History classes resulting in the completion of a minimum of two 20-page, or one 40-page research paper(s). This may be accomplished by taking ART H 499 (Independent Study) with a 400 level class.

Adding Honors

Students who wish to pursue Honors in Art History should contact Advising and set up an appointment with Judith Clark, Director of Academic Advising.