Bachelor of Arts - Art History
Bachelor of Arts - Art History (660-09)
The discipline of Art History is the study of visual culture within its social and historical contexts. A degree in Art History provides students with a solid foundation in the history of western art and architecture from the ancient world to the present. Students learn not only how to analyze works of art, but also to understand and interpret them in relation to their historical context. With its broad emphasis on culture and history and its focus on writing, analysis, and research, Art History is an excellent liberal arts degree for students seeking flexible but rigorous training for a variety of careers. A degree in Art History not only prepares students to work in arts-related fields, but also fosters the kinds of skills necessary in any profession involving visual culture, historical and cultural understanding, critical analysis, persuasive argumentation, thorough research, and effective writing.
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