BFA in Art History, Theory and Criticism
This is an interdisciplinary program that combines artistic exploration in the studio with the academic research in visual arts. Students will learn about writings on art, invention within the visual artistic medium, and the growth of modern and contemporary art movements. Students will use a variety of techniques that are both experimental as well as traditional in order to develop a full range of skills in a myriad of disciplines.
HighlightsStudents will be able to benefit by being in Paris and surrounded by the vast resources available. There are galleries, museum collections, and research centers both in Paris and France as well as other European nations.
Graduates of this program will be able to continue onto higher academic graduate level studies in studio art, museum studies, and art history, among others. Graduates will also be able to pursue careers in nonprofit agencies, private foundations, and galleries.
What`s IncludedThe Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Art History, Theory, and Criticism is designed to prepare students to enter graduate level study in art history, theory and criticism, curatorial and museum studies, studio art, and liberal arts disciplines, as well as pursue careers in museums and galleries, private foundations, magazines and publishing companies, arts and other non-profit organizations or governmental agencies.
Degree CourseArt History, Art/Fine Arts, History, Photography
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Provider:Paris College of Art
- France: Paris
School Term:Academic Year, Fall, Spring, Throughout the year
Degree Level:Bachelors Degree (Undergraduate)
Participants:American, Asian, Australian, Canadian, European, Kiwi, South African, Worldwide