Art History/ Museum Studies Associate in Arts Degree

Art History/ Museum Studies Associate in Arts Degree

Program Code: 2A37747

The Art History/Museum Studies Associate in Arts Degree prepares students to transfer to a university that offers bachelor's degrees in Art History, especially those that offer a specialization in Museum Studies. A bachelor's degree in Art History/ Museum Studies provides a foundation for gallery and museum careers and/or postgraduate study. This program requires a total of 27-28 units of required courses and restricted electives.

Program Level Student Learning Outcomes

Outcome 1: Identify important European works of art by Michelangelo, da VInci, Rembrandt, Goya, and other seminal figures of European art and architecture and/or from global art histories. Outcome 2: Prepare in-depth analysis of a museum exhibition, addressing concerns of layout, flow, use of color, educational materials including didactic panels, and curatorial concept.

Required Core Courses:
Art History: Ancient to Medieval

Art History: Renaissance to Modern or
Honors Art History: Ren to Mod

Ceramics Lab
List A:
Art History: The Art of Asia
Art History - Mexico
List B:
Basic Design (3 units)
Ceramics: Beginning Handbuilding
Beginning Life Drawing
Introduction to Photography
Three-Dimensional Design
Introduction to Digital Art
Digital Photo Editing I
List C: Any course form List A or List B not already used:
Art History: Impressionism to Present
Art History: American Art
Art History: Pre-Columbian Art
List D:
Introduction to Gallery Practices
Exhibition Production
Exhibition Design and Careers
Arts Internship
Museum Survey

DISCLAIMER: Data on this page was extracted from the official college catalog on 03/02/2020 and is subject to change. Any student interested in matriculating through the certificate program should cross reference the data found on this page against the official catalog and/or meet with a campus counselor.