Students in the Master of Arts in Art History bring a variety of experiences to the program, providing for interesting discussions in the classroom and beyond. We also encourage our students to take advantage of as many experiential learning opportunities as they possibly can from internships to field trips to conference presentations. Students can communicate directly with the Director of Graduate Studies, but we also encourage students to contact our Graduate Student Representative who acts as a liaison to the faculty and Director on behalf of students.
After graduation, many of our alumni have continued their education in pursuit and completion of Doctoral degrees at various and prestigious institutions. Many also work as curators or adjunct faculty members around the country.
Navigate this page for information on our current student representative and assistants, as well as students in their final semesters who are writing their qualifying papers, and student participation at national and international conferences.