History of the visual arts, and their role in society and culture. Art history offers both a comprehensive insight into human cultural development as well as a uniquely challenging area of study that integrates rigorous analysis with creativity and interpretive thought. Jobs directly related to, and requiring training in the history of art are characterized by high degrees of challenge and variety. Some of these careers are: museum administration, gallery management, interior design, clinical art therapy, art criticism, government administration of the arts, and college teaching. Beyond that, other professional occupations that require visual sophistication include artists, medical illustrators, architects and marketing specialists. To learn more, click this link to the Department of Art, Graphic Design and Art History web site.
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|Finish in Four|
To help you meet the goal of graduating in four years, our Finish in Four plan shows you a typical sequence of courses to complete your degree.
|Earn a Minor in Art History|
Find out more about earning a Minor in Art History by reviewing our Minor Requirements.
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|Meet our Faculty|
One of our greatest assets is our faculty who are noted artrists in their own right. If you would like to know a little bit ab out each, visit
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