Associate in Arts in Art History for Transfer (AA-T) Degree

The Associate in Arts-Transfer (AA-T) degree in Art History at Crafton Hills College is designed to meet the needs of students transferring to a California State University who intend to major in Art, Art History or a related field of study.

Major/Program Requirements

Required Core Courses:

ART 100/ART 100HArt History I: Prehistoric Art to Medieval Art

3.00

ART 102/ART 102HArt History II: Renaissance Art to Contemporary Art

3.00

ART 124Drawing I

3.00

Required List A Course:

ART 113Survey of Asian Art

3.00

Required List B Courses:

Students must complete at least three (3) units from the following list
ART 120Foundations of Two-Dimensional Design

3.00

ART 121Foundations of Three-Dimensional Design

3.00

ART 126Painting I

3.00

ART 132Life Drawing I

3.00

ART 175Sculpture

3.00

ART 200Printmaking

3.00

Required List C Courses:

Students must complete at least an additional three (3) units from the following courses, or any List B course not already used
ART 105History of Modern Art

3.00

ANTHRO 100Introduction to Archaeology

3.00

ANTHRO 102/ANTHRO 102HCultural Anthropology

3.00

ARABIC 101College Arabic I

5.00

ARABIC 102College Arabic II

5.00

ARABIC 103College Arabic III

5.00

ARABIC 104College Arabic IV

5.00

ENGL 150/RELIG 150Classical Mythology

3.00

ENGL 160/ENGL 160HLiterature by Women

3.00

ENGL 163/ETHS 163Chicano/Latino Literature

3.00

ENGL 170The Film Experience

3.00

ENGL 280World Literature to the 17th Century

3.00

ENGL 281World literature from the 17th Century to the Present

3.00

FRENCH 101College French I

5.00

FRENCH 102College French II

5.00

FRENCH 103College French III

5.00

FRENCH 104College French IV

5.00

HIST 170/HIST 170HWorld Civilizations (3500BCE - 1500CE)

3.00

HIST 171/HIST 171HWorld Civilizations (1500CE to the Present)

3.00

HUM 101The Humanities I: Prehistoric to Medieval

3.00

HUM 102The Humanities II: Renaissance to Post Modern

3.00

HUM 140Humanities Through the Arts

3.00

JAPN 101College Japanese I

5.00

JAPN 102College Japanese II

5.00

JAPN 103College Japanese III

5.00

JAPN 104College Japanese IV

5.00

PHIL 101/PHIL 101HIntroduction to Philosophy

3.00

RELIG 101/RELIG 101HIntroduction to World Religions

3.00

RELIG 113Introduction to Eastern Religions

3.00

SPAN 101College Spanish I

5.00

SPAN 102College Spanish II

5.00

SPAN 103College Spanish III

5.00

SPAN 104College Spanish IV

5.00

SPAN 158Spanish for Spanish Speakers II

5.00

Total Credit Hours: 18.00-20.00

Prospective transfer students should complete the general education and lower division requirements of the school to which they will be transferring (IGETC or CSUGE Breadth).  See a counselor for details.  Information is also available at www.assist.org.

A student receiving a degree in this field will be able to:

  • Apply critical thinking skills in the creation, analysis and interpretation of visual art.
  • Communicate in speech and in writing about the history, theories, disciplines, and practices of the visual arts.
  • Engage creatively and with original thinking in the study of visual art.
  • Recognize and respect diverse individuals, social forces and perspectives, history and ideologies of world cultures through the study of visual art.
  • Know and apply critical thinking and technical skills in the creation, analysis, and interpretation of visual art in written, verbal or visual format as a form of communication.
  • Know and apply concepts, research practices, and technologies to support written and/or verbal communication.