A minor in Art History consists of fifteen hours of coursework in the department. Any five Art History courses may be applied to this requirement. Students can declare this minor once they reach 60 total hours of coursework. All Art History coursework must be a C- or higher to satisfy minor requirements. Contact Juan Barceló-González to declare the Art History minor and for minor advising.
The Minor in Museum Studies is available to any FSU undergraduate who is working toward a Bachelor’s degree and interested in a career in museums. The minor requires 15 hours of coursework and internship; see Program Requirements. For Art History majors, these requirements are in addition to the required 33 hours of courses. The Museum Studies Minor advisor is Dr. Paul Niell.
Students wishing to minor in Museum Studies are asked to complete the Museum Studies Minor Declaration form.
The undergraduate minor in medieval studies provides students focused, interdisciplinary training in the culture of the pre-modern era in the lands of Europe, both West and East, as well as the cultures of the Middle East. The minor will consist of fifteen semester hours beyond the liberal studies and major requirements. The selection of a pair of courses in one of the following fields of concentration provides a focus for the minor: medieval art history (two ARH courses from an approved list); medieval history (two EUH courses from an approved list); and medieval texts and cultures (one ENL and one modern languages course from an approved list). Having established a concentration in one medieval field, the student then chooses three more courses from an approved list. These courses are to be distributed over two or three departments other than that of his/her concentration. Additional courses are certified on a semester-by-semester basis. Qualified students also may enroll in certified graduate-level courses for minor credit, with permission of the instructor. For Medieval Studies Minor advising, please contact Dr. Doron Bauer.