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Effective for the Class of 2018:

In addition to meeting the college grade-point average for the major, students wishing to qualify for honors in the program must successfully complete an independent project that the art history faculty judge to be outstanding. The project nominated by a member of the art history faculty must go beyond the work required in our regular art history classes. Examples of types of projects that could qualify are Senior Theses and Independent Study or Internship projects, whether written, in the form of an exhibition, or computer-based.



Effective for the Class of 2019 and beyond:

In addition to meeting the college grade-point average for the major, students wishing to qualify for honors must successfully complete an independent project that the art history faculty judge to be outstanding. The project, nominated by a member of the art history faculty, must be developed through at least one 3-credit iteration of AH 371AH 372, or AH 399 A-D. Those credits may not count toward the requirements for the major. Examples of types of projects that could qualify include research papers, virtual or actual exhibitions, the design of educational programs, and more.

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