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b. Place:
                  i. Old World: three courses from art history, classical archaeology, or history
                        [e.g., ART 251 (Greek and Hellenistic Art), 252 (Etruscan and Roman Art),

                        263 (African Art); CLA 381 (Greek Archaeology), 382 (Roman Archaeology).
                 ii. New World: three courses from anthropology, art history, Latin American

                        Studies, or religion [e.g., ANT 206 (West Indian People and Culture); ART
                        265 (Ritual Arts of the African Diaspora), 266 (American Indian Art: Gender

                        and the Marketplace); HIS 141 (Latin American History); SPA 385 (Latin

                        American Culture and Civilization)].
3. Two additional courses related to archaeology approved by the student's archaeology

    advisors.
4. Capstone Experience: Applied Archaeology 485 or Archaeology Capstone 485.

Highly recommended: CSC 222 (Geographic Information Systems), ANT 311 (Introduction
to Archaeological Field Methods) and/or some fieldwork or museum experience.

Other relevant courses may count toward the major with the permission of the archaeology
advisors.

280/380. Internship: See Additional Academic Programs, All-College Independent Study
Courses 280/380.

290/390. Individual Project: See Additional Academic Programs, All-College Independent
Study Courses 290/390.

485. Applied Archaeology or Archaeology Capstone
Independent, interdisciplinary project, required of all majors during their senior year.
Prerequisite: permission of the Archaeology advisor.

Art and Art History (ART)

Susannah Biondo-Gemmell, Ellen Hoobler, Christina Penn-Goetsch (chair), Anthony Plaut

The offerings in the Department of Art and Art History are designed for the major who is
involved in the production of art and the study of art history, the major intending to teach art,

and the non-major who wishes to develop insight into the fields of studio art and art history

Studio Art Major: A minimum of 12 course credits in art and art history, which include the
following required courses: [1] three course credits in art history [AH], one of which must be
260, 264, 362, or 363; [2] five course credits in studio art [SA]; [3] one additional course in
studio art [SA] or art history [AH]; [4] 483 (to be taken in the senior year); and [5] 391 and 487
(to be taken in the senior year). Four of the above 12 courses must be at or above the 300 level.
ART 371 may not be counted toward the major. Transfer students must take a minimum of six
courses, including ART 391, 483 and 487, from the Cornell College Department of Art and Art

History.

Art History Major: A minimum of 11 course credits in art and art history: [1] three course
credits in studio art [SA]; [2] five course credits in art history [AH]; [3] 484; and [4] 392 and
487 (to be taken in the senior year). Four of the above 11 courses, including ART 392, 484, and
487, must be at or above the 300 level. ART 371 may not be counted toward the major. Transfer

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