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Maya, Castillo, ca. 800-900 CE, Chichén Itzá, Mexico (Photograph copyright
© Allan T. Kohl/Art Images for College Teaching)
Art History majors are advised by full-time faculty
members in the Department. Students are assigned to an advisor as soon as they
declare the major in Art History, and are encouraged to stay in close
contact for general academic information and mentorship. Students should
schedule appointments with their advisors at least twice a year for help in
planning a curriculum using the Check Sheet below. Advisors also offer office
hours for students to discuss their academic progress or plans for the future,
such as careers or graduate school.
Check Sheet for B.A. Requirements
Minors in Art History or in the History of
Architecture and Urbanism are advised by the Director of Undergraduate Studies.
Participants in the Mentoring Program in Art History, Spring 2017 (Photograph by George Freeman)
Graduate Students at the Department of Art History have
launched a new program to help undergraduate students as they navigate through
their time at the University and plan their careers. They offer individual
mentorship sessions, and organize workshops and informative events on crucial
aspects of academic and professional life. To register or obtain more
information about this program, contact: email@example.com