Art History Masters United States Graduate Programs
Art History graduate programs focus on the study of the historical development and progression of all things related to art and its impact on society and the world.
Graduates with a master’s (MA) or PhD in Art History can become museum curators, art consultants, researchers and more.Art history master's programs help students learn about art as it relates to its historical context. Art history degree programs are often interdisciplinary in nature, as masters in art history students are typically encouraged to view different works from a holistic perspective. Search for art history master's degree programs on GradSchools.com.
- New York City, NYNew York City, NY
This program emphasizes the importance of direct contact with original works of art, and explores the history of art and the art market through the use of Christie's sale rooms and specialist staff...
- New Brunswick, NJNew Brunswick, NJ
Rutgers University of New Jersey
The Program in Cultural Heritage and Preservation Studies (CHAPS) emphasizes the development of a broad understanding of heritage contexts and policies along with development of professional skills.
- Brooklyn, NYBrooklyn, NY
The mission of graduate studies in the History of Art & Design Department is to provide students with the skills and knowledge to pursue careers as art and design historians and professionals in museums, galleries, and libraries, or to pursue graduate...
- Denver, CODenver, CO
University of Denver
We offer a master’s degree in Art History and an optional concentration in Museum Studies with courses in world art with emphasis on European and American art from the Middle Ages to present, Pre-Columbian art and Asian art.
- Purchase, NYPurchase, NY
Purchase College - State University Of New York
The MA Program in Modern and Contemporary Art, Criticism and Theory at Purchase College offers a unique interdisciplinary approach.
- Flushing, NYFlushing, NY
Queens College - City University Of New York
- Normal, ILNormal, IL
Illinois State University
The primary objective of the graduate art programs is to provide professional training for students desiring careers in select areas of the visual art...
- Baltimore, MDBaltimore, MD
Maryland Institute College of Art
MICA offers 18 unique graduate degree & certificate programs for artists, designers, curators, writers & educators.
- Dallas, TXDallas, TX
Southern Methodist University
- Washington, DCWashington, DC
The Master of Arts in Art History program offers solid preparation for a wide range of professional careers and serves as a substantial foundation for...
- Cincinnati, OHCincinnati, OH
University of Cincinnati
The master's degree in Art History emphasizes a scholarly approach, and the degree may lead to further study toward the PhD, to college teaching, to m...
- Brooklyn, NYBrooklyn, NY
Brooklyn College Of The City University Of New York
Just a short ride from Manhattan, the center of the art world, lies the beautiful 26-acre campus of Brooklyn College.
- Superior, WISuperior, WI
University of Wisconsin - Superior
Art specializations include: ceramics, drawing, fibers, metalwork, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, and weaving.
- Tampa, FLTampa, FL
University of South Florida
This program emphasizes the history of art from the Middle Ages to the present. The focus of the program is on intellectual history and art historiogr...
- Salt Lake City, UTSalt Lake City, UT
University of Utah
- College Park, MDCollege Park, MD
University of Maryland - College Park
- Athens, OHAthens, OH
- Buffalo, NYBuffalo, NY
Buffalo State College (S.U.N.Y.)
Three year graduate program that prepares students for careers as museum or private conservators, to care for artistic, historic, or culturally significant material artifacts. Program includes a 12-month internship.
- Kent, OHKent, OH
Kent State University
The Master of Arts (M.A.) in Art History emphasizes obtaining a comprehensive view of world art and specializing in one area for the thesis.
- Bloomington, INBloomington, IN
Ancient, Byzantine and Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque, Modern, Art Theory, East Asian, African...