Master of Arts in Art History hosts information session
Is Art History one of your passions, your professional goals, or both?
Learn about the Master of Arts in Art History, a program in which students define their own research agenda from a curriculum that is global in its approach and taught by a faculty that encourages collaboration, at an information session Wednesday, Jan. 21. The session will begin at 6 p.m. in Room 103 (Luann Dummer Center for Women), O'Shaughnessy Educational Center.
Hear from the program's director of graduate studies, faculty members and graduate students about how the program prepares students to be independent researchers and writers. Also learn about admission and program requirements, degree and nondegree courses of study, student highlights and upcoming classes, and ask questions regarding your graduate plans.
For more details or to indicate an interest in attending, contact the Art History Graduate Office, (651) 962-5640. This event is free and open to the public.