Application for candidacy should be made after nine hours of graduate studio or graduate art history courses have been completed. To qualify for degree candidacy, a student must:
1. complete nine hours of graduate studio or graduate art history courses with a G.P.A. of 3.0 or higher;
2. complete an approved thesis proposal.
More detailed candidacy information is available through the student’s advisor.
Students must meet all university requirements for a master’s degree.
ART 6615 Contemporary American Ideas and Cultures (3)
ART 8805 Art and Society (3)
ART 8810 Studies in Art (3)
ART 8820 Art Seminar (3)
ART 8990 Graduate Thesis (3)
Select one of the following:
ART 6521 Art and Cultures of the South Pacific (3)
ART 6523 Pre-Columbian Art and Cultures (3)
ART 6525 Native American Art and Societies (3)
ART 6527 African Art and Cultures (3)
ART 6530 Asian Art and Thought (3)
Select 14 hours from courses in one of the following areas with advisor’s approval: