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Shown here are the general learning goals of the program broken down into specific student learning outcomes (SLOs). These SLOs represent what a student should be able to do as a result of successfully completing this program. Student performance on these outcomes are routinely assessed by program faculty as a way of informing programmatic improvement efforts.
Students will communicate effectively and critically.
- Students will apply critical understanding of works of art in class discussion and oral presentations.
- Students will apply knowledge gained from historical research to analysis of individual works of art within their specific historical context.
- Students will apply visual analysis in their written descriptions of individual works of art.
Students will develop information literacy in the humanities.
- Students will evaluate various source materials for quality and relevance.
- Students will identify and find art history scholarship.
- Students will identify current scholarly activity in art history and integrate this material into their research.
Students will evaluate and interpret works of art.
- Students will compare works of art and evaluate their relative significance.
- Students will gain connoisseurship skills and use them to describe and evaluate works of art.
- Students will identify the materials used in an artwork and understand the significance of the medium.
- Students will identify various formal and compositional elements in order to effectively analyze a work of art.
Students will know the history of art from a global perspective.
- Students will develop a visual memory and be able to recall specific examples of works of art.
- Students will identify the movement with which a work of art is associated through stylistic analysis.
- Students will identify works created by specific artists.
- Students will know the history of materials and image-making technologies
- Students will recall the history of specific artists through research and close study.
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