With its broad emphasis on culture and history and its focus on writing, analysis, and research, History of Art and Architecture provides an excellent liberal arts degree for students seeking flexible but rigorous training for a variety of careers. A degree in History of Art and Architecture not only prepares students to work in arts-related fields, but also fosters the skills necessary in any profession involving visual culture in its broadest sense, historical and cultural understanding, critical analysis, persuasive argumentation, thorough research, and effective writing.
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Undergraduate Program Director: Nancy Noble
Graduate Studies Program
The purpose of the Master of Arts Program is to provide a course of study for advanced students that will allow them to develop a high degree of professional competence and a broad foundation for further work in the discipline.
Learn more about the graduate studies program.
Graduate Program Director: Timothy M. Rohan