What can I do with an art history degree?
The art history program prepares students for exciting careers in museums, galleries, arts administration, classrooms, and more. You’ll develop a wide range of skills including critical and creative thinking, advanced research and writing, and effective communication—all of which are highly desirable in the job market and are transferable to a broad range of professional opportunities, including
- Museum or gallery professional (e.g., director, curator, registrar, exhibit designer, educator)
- Art conservator
- Historic preservationist
- Art administrator
- Media librarian
- Art critic
Please see complete information on all of the requirements to earn a minor at Plymouth State University.
|AH 1150||Art History Foundations: Prehistory to 1400 (GACO)||4|
|AH 1160||Art History Foundations: 1400-1940||4|
|AH 3000||Contemporary Art Since 1940 (GACO,WRCO)||4|
|AH||3000/4000 level Art History course or||4|
|History of Graphic Design (INCO,INCP,WRCO)|