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The Art History Department offers an Art History and Visual Arts major. Here, students have the option of doing a studio thesis instead of a written one. Art History and Visual Arts students work closely with faculty advisors who assists them in planning a program incorporating personal interests while meeting departmental requirements.

Requirements for the Art History and Visual Arts Major

A minimum of 12 courses:

1. BC1001 and 1002 Introduction to Art History. This two-course sequence is required.

2. Art History: BC3031 Imagery and Form in the Arts. To be taken in the spring semester during the junior or senior year.

3. Studio courses: BC3530 Advanced Studio AND BC3999 Senior Independent Project
(to be taken in the Senior year)
Students produce their senior thesis projects in conjunction with the Advance Studio BC3530 (fall) and Independent Projects BC 3999 (spring) courses. (Please see description of the senior thesis below). You will develop, research, and create your thesis project in consultation with faculty members and peers in the Visual Arts. You will also attend and participate in group critiques, and guest artist lectures scheduled during the academic year. You will present your visual art project in two group senior exhibitions scheduled at the end of the Fall and Spring semesters of the senior year.

4. One Seminar Courses in Art History (may also be counted toward the historical and regional distribution requirement.)

5. One 19th or 20th century elective courses, in Art History.

6. Two elective courses in Art History

7. Three elective courses in Visual Arts-Studio

*Courses in film are accepted toward the major requirements.

*Studio courses cannot exceed 30 points of credits.

Senior Thesis Project for Art History and Visual Arts Majors

Description: The Senior Project in Visual Arts is scheduled in the last year of the major. By that time you will have taken Imagery and Form BC 3031 and a variety of Art History and Studio courses, which may help form your approach to your thesis project.

BC3530 Advanced Studio AND BC3999 Senior Independent Project provides a two-semester framework in which to complete a senior project. Your Senior Project should be a cohesive body of work based on original concepts and executed with some technical proficiency. A paper approximately seven to ten pages in length will accompany your Senior Project outlining your artistic goals. This paper will serve as an artist’s statement and should describe what your work would mean to viewers as well situate your work vis-a-vis artistic precedents.

Option for Art History and Visual Arts - Written Senior Thesis:

Art History Majors in Visual Arts may chose to do a written Art History Senior Thesis instead of the Visual Arts Senior Project. To do this they must: Notify their adviser of their intention to do so by the end of their junior year with permission from both the Visual Arts Director and Art History chair. They must then take both Methods and Theories of Art History (BC3970) & the written Art History senior research seminar (BC3959 and BC3960). (These three courses required for the written thesis option replace the Visual Arts sequence, BC3031 Imagery and Form in the Arts and BC3530 Advanced Studio AND BC3999 Senior Independent Project.)

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Other English Language Requirements:  The minimum TOEFL score expected is 600 (written) or 250 (computer version).

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The Committee on Admissions selects women of proven academic strength who exhibit intellectual voracity and strong potential for further scholarly growth. In addition to school records, recommendations, writing, and test scores, we carefully consider candidates' talents, abilities, interests, and personal history. While admission is highly selective, it is also holistic; no one criterion or score determines acceptance. We consider each applicant in terms of her personal qualities, her intellectual capacity, and the rigor of the curriculum she has pursued, as well as her potential for achieving at Barnard. We review each applicant in the context of her school, community, and individual story.

Barnard's general education requirements cover a wide range of subjects: literature, the social sciences, language and the arts, lab sciences, and quantitative areas. For this reason, you should acquire a strong foundation in high school, taking courses from the core academic subjects: math, science, English, history, and foreign language.

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Applicant must have IELTS score of 7.0 or higher or TOEFL score of 600 or above on the written test, and 100 or above for the Internet-based test.

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