Art History and Theory

Bishop's University
4 years
Bachelor's degree
On campus
Sherbrooke
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Art History and Theory

Students can choose to focus on period-based, thematic or theory-based courses in art history.

Students enrolled in the Honours Art History and Theory program must successfully complete 60 credits comprising 42 credits (14 courses) in art history or FIN cross-listed and cognate courses, and 18 credits (6 courses) in studio courses (FIS). Students can apply to the Honours Program anytime after the completion of 15 credits in art history courses. The 60 credits required for the Honours degree must include: FIH100 The Art of Viewing: Introduction to Art History; FIH102 Survey of Western Art II: Renaissance to Modern; 12 credits (4 courses) in 200 level courses in art history (FIH); 9 credits (3 courses) in 300 level courses in art history (FIH); sny 6 credits (2 courses) in art history courses; 9 credits (3 courses) elective in FIH and FIN cross-listed or cognate courses to be selected in consultation with the Art History and Theory program chair; and 18 credits in studio arts (FIS)

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Qualification

Bachelor; Honours

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Bishop's University

Bishop's University, founded in 1843, is an institution whose primary concern is to offer quality education to undergraduate students in the humanities, education, social sciences, natural sciences, and business administration. Bishop's academic programs are broadly-based and stress the interrelationships of...


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