HA 216 — American Indian Art and Civilization

3 credits; 3 lecture hours

A study of the art and culture of American Indians, from Alaska to the border of Mexico, from prehistoric time to the present. Students study architecture, carving, painting, pottery, rituals, textiles, and the dramatic changes in American Indian art and culture due to the violence of colonization. (G7: Humanities; G9: Other World Civilizations).

Art History and Museum Professions BS Degree Program


School of Liberal Arts Applications accepted for fall only.      NYSED: 30021     CIP:  50.1002     The major in Art History and Museum Professions prepares students for positions in museums and other art institutions, with a focus on collections management, development, education, public relations, rights and reproductions, visitor services, special events, and exhibitions. Students in the program are required to pursue a one-semester internship with an arts-related institution or organization. Students must have taken  HA 112  or equivalent prior to entering the program. Curriculum below is for the entering class of fall 2022.

Toy Design BFA Degree Program


...HA courses ( HA 111 , HA 112 , or HA...Dance) PE 215 , PE 216 PE 217 ; PL...

Fine Arts BFA Degree Program


...choice: 9 credits . HA 331 , HA 411 , and...Dance) PE 215 , PE 216 , PE 217 ; PL...

Illustration BFA Degree Program


...CHOICE of one (1) HA course that meets...Dance) PE 215 , PE 216 , PE 217 ; PL...

Interior Design BFA Degree Program


...CHOICE of one (1) HA course that meets...Education and Dance) 215 , 216 , 217 ; PL (Philosophy...

Film and Media BS Degree Program


...Media Studies); FR (French); HA (History of Art...Dance) PE 215 , PE 216 , PE 217 ; PL...