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  Dec 15, 2017
 
 
    
USC Catalogue 2016-2017 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Visual Culture Minor


A critical approach to art history is the departure point for the minor in visual culture, which is dedicated to the analysis of the visual arts, broadly defined to include fine art, film and television, photography and video, illustrated books, advertising, architecture and design. Students are required to take two introductory courses in the history and theory of art. These courses will prepare them for focused study in one of three concentrations: (1) photography, film and the reproduction of images, (2) popular culture or (3) gender and sexuality.

Four courses to be selected from one of the following three tracks:


Total units required*: 24


Note:


*32 units if students select FAPH 309a Intermediate Photography  with 8 units of prerequisites