About the M.A. Program
The program in Art History offers a Master of Arts degree in Art History. This two-year program offers opportunities to work closely with faculty in Art History and other disciplines. Students study the theory and the methodology of art historical research and writing, explore a broad range of specialized fields, and conduct independent research. There are multiple opportunities for language training, advanced research, and for collaboration with campus museums and galleries. Graduates go on to teach, work in the art world, or pursue further graduate study.
Art History graduate students can receive merit-based financial support as well as opportunities to work as Teaching Assistants, Research Assistants, or Readers.
For a general description of the program, please click here.
See our People page to learn about the research of program faculty members.
To see a list of MA thesis titles, please click here.
For information on Financial Aid, click here.
Prospective graduate students are encouraged to direct their questions to our graduate advisor, Rachelle Agundes (530-752-8710).
To download a brochure about our program, click here.