Academic Majors & Minors
- Students can declare a major/minor during, or after the second semester of their freshman year. Students should declare a major/minor no later than the end of the sophomore year.
- No more than 2 concentrations allowed, either:
- 2 majors OR
- 1 major and 1 minor OR
- 1 major
- Maintain at least a C (2.0) average in any major or minor.
- Only one (1) undergraduate degree may be earned from Emory.
Major in Integrated Visual Arts (Co-Major) BA
|Hours To Complete||33 - 36|
|Declaration of Major Contact|
A total of nine courses combined from the Art History department and the list of Integrated Visual Arts Courses (found here: http://creativity.emory.edu/home/student-resources/ivac-courses.html)
a) Five Integrated Visual Arts courses, one of which may be a semester of the Foundations in Art Practices ARTVIS 111/112 (though enrollment preference will be given to Art History majors and minors), and at least two of which must be upper-level courses.
b) Two Art History courses or alternatively, one Art History and one cross-listed Archeology course. One of the Art History courses must be in the modern period (19th century to the present); ARTHIST 102 fulfills this requirement and is highly recommended.
c) One upper level topical course in an area related to the student's focus. Each department will determine what coursework is relevant in their area. View the list of approved upper level topical courses by area.
d) ARTVIS 490 Senior Seminar. A spring semester required class for all seniors enrolled in the co-major. This course will provide a formal structure in which the senior students will develop, discuss and present their ideas for their final project and presentation.
Students interested in a co-major in Integrated Visual Arts will submit an application and a portfolio to the Integrated Visual Arts Admissions committee in their sophomore year. Students should have completed at least one class from the list of integrated visual arts courses before being admitted to the program. Completing one class in Art History prior to application is highly recommended.
Information on the application process can be found here: http://creativity.emory.edu/home/student-resources/ivac.html
Students with questions can contact Professor Leslie Taylor in the Center for Creativity and the Arts