Art History Masters New York 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 School, TheHistory of Design and Curatorial Studies M.A.
Bard CollegeCenter for Curatorial Studies
Buffalo State College (S.U.N.Y.)Art Conservation - Master
City College of New York, TheArt History
Binghamton University (S.U.N.Y.)Art History
University of RochesterVisual and Cultural Studies
College of New RochelleGraduate School of Art Education
Sotheby's Institute of ArtSotheby's Institute of Art - New York: MA Fine and Decorative Art and Design Sotheby's Institute of Art - New York: MA Contemporary Art
City University of New York (CUNY) Hunter CollegeArt History
University at BuffaloStudio Art and Design (M.F.A), Art History (M.A.), and Visual Studies (Ph.D.) Art History
Christie's Education - New YorkMaster of Arts, Modern and Contemporary Art and the Market
Stony Brook University (S.U.N.Y.)Art
Brooklyn College Of The City University Of New YorkGraduate Studies in Art History
Queens College - City University Of New YorkArt History
Pratt InstituteHistory of Art and Design, M.S.
Purchase College - State University Of New YorkModern and Contemporary Art, Criticism and Theory