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The Master of Arts in Art History program at Kent State University emphasizes obtaining a comprehensive view of world art that examines both the creative expressions of individual artists and the cultures that supported them. Graduate students can specialize in Contemporary African, Byzantine, Medieval, Renaissance, Early Modern, Modern, American, or Contemporary art and critical theory. Students learn and grow in a dynamic, challenging, and supportive department. In addition to the five full-time faculty, visiting professors from departments in cognate fields and from other institutions are invited to present a variety of courses as special topic offerings. Travel Study trips to New York City and Washington D.C. are offered annually, as well as opportunities to study abroad in Florence, London and Paris.
Highlights of our program include:
For more information or to schedule a visit, contact Gustav Medicus, Associate Professor, at email@example.com or (330) 672-1364.
Applications must be complete by these dates to be considered for graduate assistantships. Applications for the School of Art graduate programs are accepted on a rolling basis. Priority is given to applicants who meet the above deadlines. Applications received after the deadlines are accepted as space allows at the discretion of the graduate faculty.
Graduate assistantships in Art History will remain open as space allows.
International applications completed after the deadline will not be reviewed. Due to the time constraints of the immigration process, International applicants must meet application deadlines.
The Master of Arts in Art History program emphasizes obtaining a comprehensive view of world art and specializing in one area for the thesis. Applicants to the graduate program should have a strong undergraduate record with evidence of course work in the history of western art and knowledge of at least one foreign language. Experience and demonstrated ability in research and writing are essential.
Program Outline - 26 hours – course work in Art History, 3 hours – elective, 6 hours – ART 67199, M.A. Thesis (35 total)