History of Art & Architecture
The study of the history of art and architecture is really the study of ourselves and our own history. Understanding visual cultures across the globe and through time provides a window to self-discovery and global understanding.
There are numerous opportunities for students interested in the visual arts at Pitt-Greensburg, both in and outside the classroom, such as internships at the Westmoreland Museum of American Art. The Visual Arts Society is a great way to get involved in the arts on campus. VAS sponsors film series, the annual Fall Arts Trip, painting parties, a Spring Art Exhibit, visiting lectures, and more. Follow VAS on Facebook!
Students interested in History of Art and Architecture may choose to pursue a minor either to supplement the work in their majors or to fulfill the requirements for a related area within their majors. The minor in History of Art and Architecture requires that students complete five courses for a total of 15 credits in addition to any HA&A courses chosen to fulfill requirements under General Education.
- Course Descriptions
- General Degree Requirements
- Printable Distribution of Credits Checklist
- Printable Program Requirements Sheet
Every Fall semester:
HA&A 0010 Introduction to World Art
Every Spring semester:
HA&A 0030 Introduction to Modern Art
HA&A 1901 HA&A Independent Study
HA&A 1903 HA&A Internship