Skip to content

Art History Curriculum

To view degree requirements click on the degree title below.

Associate Degree

Code

Art History, AA

0746

Art History

For additional information relating to transfer to other 4-year colleges and universities, please contact the Academic Advising Department, Room 212, Gannon Building, telephone number (517) 483-1904, or email eadvising@lcc.edu to consult with an academic advisor and obtain an appropriate transfer guide.  Transfer guides are also available on the web at www.lcc.edu/transfer/guides.  Students should also contact the school to which they will transfer for specific transfer institution requirements. 

ARTS 130 - Masterpieces of Art and Music

This course is an introduction to the masterpieces of art and music from ancient to modern times. Artistic and musical innovations and contributions from Europe and America will be explored. The continuing influence validity of art and music from the past on contemporary developments will be explored.

Arts 210 - Contemporary Art

This course provides an overview of contemporary art examining theoretical and cultural influences on art from the late 20th century to present. Through analysis and comparison students will be able to recognize and interpret most important aspects of contemporary art and contemporary visual culture. May be taken independently of ARTS 211 or 212.

ARTS 211 - Art History to the Renaissance

This course surveys the history of art from around the world from preliterate times to 1400. The course emphasizes analysis and comparison of artistic concepts, symbolism, subject matter, purpose, meaning, styles, and techniques. It also investigates how art reflects ideas, issues, and values of society and the individual. May be taken independently of ARTS 212.

ARTS 212 - Art History from the Renaissance

This course surveys the history of art from around the world from 1400 through the 20th century The course emphasizes analysis and comparison of artistic concepts, symbolism, subject matter, purpose, meaning, styles, and techniques. It also investigates how art reflects ideas, issues, and values of society and the individual. May be taken independently of ARTS 211.

Art, Design and Multimedia at Lansing Community College

Communication, Media and the Arts Department
Gannon Bldg, Room 131
Phone: (517) 483-1546
Additional contact information »