Art History Graduate Programs
Bard Graduate Center is a graduate research institute in New York City. Our MA and PhD degree programs, gallery exhibitions, research initiatives, and publications explore new ways of thinking about decorative arts, design history, and material culture.
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.
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...
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.
Concentrations in:Art Education ;Art History ;Ceramics;Graphic Design;Interior Design;Painting;Photography;Printmaking;Sculpture...
Two graduate programs are offered--an M.A. with an emphasis in Art History and an M.F.A. in Studio Arts. Thethree-year professional M.F.A.
The Department provides training in the history of art and architecture of Europe, of the Ancient, Medieval, Early Modern (ca.
The School of Art and Art History offers the Master of Fine Arts degree and the Master of Arts degree in studio art. Students pursuing the Master of E...
MAT: Master of Arts in Teaching, 1+ year...
The MA Program in Modern and Contemporary Art, Criticism and Theory at Purchase College offers a unique interdisciplinary approach.
Northwestern State University offers a comprehensive Master’s degree for the transitional professional.
Just a short ride from Manhattan, the center of the art world, lies the beautiful 26-acre campus of Brooklyn College.
Keele is a residential campus university set in beautiful Staffordshire parkland.
This uniquely designed and intensive 10 week program provides an interdisciplinary view into the secret world of stolen art.