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Art History Programs at Reinhardt University

School of the Arts
Minor | On Campus

Embark on a captivating journey through the rich tapestry of human creativity with Reinhardt University’s Art History Minor. Immerse yourself in the study of visual expression across cultures and time periods, exploring the evolution of art and its profound impact on societies worldwide.

Guided by expert faculty, you’ll delve into the intricacies of artistic movements, masterpieces, and the socio-cultural contexts that shaped them. From ancient civilizations to contemporary art forms, our interdisciplinary approach equips students with critical thinking skills and a nuanced understanding of art’s significance. Whether you’re pursuing a major in another field or deepening your passion for art, our Art History Minor offers a vibrant exploration of the visual arts’ enduring legacy.

Art History Classes You’ll Take

  • ART 215 Art and Architecture from the Prehistoric to the Renaissance
  • ART 216 Art and Architecture from the Renaissance through the Modern
  • ART 316 Survey of Indigenous Arts of the Americas
  • ART 317 Survey of American Art
  • ART 318 Survey of Modern Art
  • ART 319 Survey of Folk and Outsider Art
  • ART 499 Independent Study

Art History Program Details

Tuition and Fees

Reinhardt’s affordable tuition helps you get the personal attention and real-world experiences that will give you a competitive edge in the job market.

Scholarships and Financial Aid

Nearly all students at Reinhardt University receive some sort of financial aid or scholarship. Find out what options you may be eligible for.

Clubs and Organizations

Student organizations and activities round out the total educational program at Reinhardt University. And there is something for everyone, from sports and outdoor recreation, to student government and leadership opportunities, to multicultural and faith-based groups.

Campus Living

Living on campus is an essential part of the college experience and will help you adjust to college life. You’ll have more opportunities to interact with faculty and friends, get involved in activities, and have easy access to classes, the library, performing arts, recreational, and athletic facilities.