Students are responsible for buying (or renting) the required books and having them on the first day of classes. To find the required texts for your class, please reference the course syllabus found on the course catalog page.
We recommend renting or buying the e-textbook version of each book through Amazon (where available) to save space.
Textbooks for Regular Courses
Recommended resources for the European Art and Architecture
- Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
- Khan Academy
- Web Gallery of Art
- Louvre Museum
- Vatican Museums
- The Biography Channel
- A brief history of religion in art - TED-Ed
- Is there a difference between art and craft?
Recommended resources for the International IQ Seminar
- European History (Wikibooks)
- Europe Atlas: Mountains, Rivers, Cities, Countries of Europe and the Mediterranean Basin
- Atlas of European History (Wikimedia)
- Map of European Union members
- Map of European religions and languages
- Interactive map of the EU
- European map with capital cities
- European map with capital cities in the local language
- European map indicating languages spoken in each country
Textbooks for SIS Courses
To find the required and recommended readings for a Supervised Independent Study (SIS) course, please review the course syllabus. All syllabi can be found here:All courses and their syllabi Courses, Concentrations, and Tracks Credit Transfer Request Information FAQ