Goals and Student Outcomes: Art History

Department Goals and Objectives

Goals are broad statements that describe what the program wants to accomplish

  1. Students gain knowledge of the theory and history of art.
  2. Students gain an understanding of art objects across cultures.
  3. Students learn how to communicate about art works in both written and oral forms.
  4. Students learn research methods in art history.

Student Learning Outcomes

Outcomes describe specific knowledge, abilities, values, and attitudes students should demonstrate

  • SLO1: Students will demonstrate their theoretical and historical knowledge of art.
  • SLO2: Students will be able to explain art objects across cultures.
  • SLO3: Students will be able to competently communicate about art works in written and oral forms.
  • SLO4: Students will be able to develop, investigate, and synthesize a research project in art history.