Comparative Arts and Letters
 

Senior Thesis/Capstone Experiences

Senior Thesis/Capstone Experiences
Capstone project including a professional quality research paper and a public presentation of this paper. Participation in at least one intensive learning environment beyond the classroom, i.e., a BYU Art History Study Abroad program; an art museum, auction house or gallery internship; or two art history field trips.
ARTHC
498
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesARTHC 300; senior standing.
 NoteInternships at major art institutions usually require an internship at a regional or university art museum as a prerequisite.
 TaughtFall, Winter
 ProgramsContaining ARTHC 498
Course Outcomes: 

Preparing Research Papers for Publication

Student will refine a previously researched paper according to the publication standards of a specific art history journal.

Art History Theory

Students will be able to articulate and employ sophisticated theoretical models used by art historians.

Professional Presentation

Students will develop a professional style of public presentation.