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PhD Art History and Education – Art History

The Art History and Education – Art History program from University of Arizona provides an interdisciplinary, theoretically informed, methodologically diverse two track PhD program: with one track in Art History and one in Art and Visual Culture Education.

Quick Facts

 
Full-time Duration: 2 years
Starting in: August, January
Tuition Fee: $10,063 per semester
Location: Tucson, United States

Graduates will be prepared to contribute to research, theory, and practice within their respective fields in university, museum, community, and other arts leadership positions. The Art History and Education – Art History program is offered by University of Arizona.

Library and Museum Resources

You will find excellent library facilities available at the University of Arizona. The Main Library contains an art book collection consisting of approximately 120,000 volumes and 200 current art journal subscriptions in an overall library collection of approximately 7 million titles. Supporting collections include extensive holdings in facsimile editions and original rare books and manuscripts in Special Collections.

The computerized library catalog is online. New data bases and services are added continually to the extremely user-friendly, state-of-the-art system, including internal and external subject searches, access to the catalogs of other university libraries and to a wide range of data bases, and to new computerized research tools on a world-wide basis, including Worldcat. An efficient Interlibrary Loan Department makes available materials not in the libraries of the University of Arizona from other national and international collections.

Subject Areas within Art History:

  • American
  • Architectural History
  • Baroque/Rococo
  • Contemporary Art and Theory
  • Greek and Roman
  • Latin American
  • Modern
  • Museum Studies (Certificate Program)
  • Native American
  • Photography
  • Renaissance
  • 17th Century
  • 18th Century
  • 19th Century

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