The art history program gives students a broad knowledge of the history and theory of art and architecture from antiquity to the present.
What to Expect
The art history program offers courses in ancient, medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, 18th-century, modern, American and Asian art, as well as architecture and film and photo history. General survey and special topics courses are offered every semester. Our faculty consists of dedicated teachers who are also nationally and internationally recognized scholars.
Through classroom instruction and additional research and internship opportunities students develop skills in visual analysis, historical understanding, critical thinking, research and writing, and intellectual and practical problem solving.
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The Master of Arts in Art History is offered through the School of Visual Art and Design in the College of Arts and Sciences.
M M.A. in Art History
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