Undergrads: I f you need to fulfill your human diversity and/or fine arts requirements, here’s a summertime solution.

A new art history course will explore the development of Mayan art, sculpture and architecture from 900 B.C. through the 16th-century conquest period.

ARTH291-01, The Maya: Ancient Art and World Views, is scheduled from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays during the first summer session, May 28-July 10. Instructor is Dr. Linnea Wren.

To learn more about the course, contact the Art History Department, (651) 962-5560.