This course immerses the student in the literature, art, and architecture of a foreign city through participation in coursework combined with a guided travel tour to an overseas location. The student uses visual perception and critical analysis to study the interconnected fields while expanding learning by experiencing works of art and architecture firsthand. The course reinforces the student’s understanding of topics in the history, culture, art, and architecture of the country studied. This is a cultural experience intended to enrich and broaden student perspectives in our increasingly global world.
School of General Education
Art History (ARH)
1 hour of lecture, 1 hour of online instruction per week, 8-10 days of foreign travel