St. Thomas to host information sessions about graduate program in art history
The University of St. Thomas will hold two information sessions for prospective students on Wednesday, Oct. 10, about its Master of Arts in Art History program.
The first session begins at noon in Room 450 of Terrence Murphy Hall on St. Thomas' downtown Minneapolis campus. The second, on the St. Paul campus, begins at 6 p.m. in the university's Luann Dummer Center for Women, Room 103, O’Shaughnessy Educational Center.
Students from a variety of disciplines are invited to learn about the program's faculty, students and alumni, degree and nondegree courses of study, admission and application requirements, fellowship and assistantship opportunities, course content and interdisciplinary opportunities for graduate art history students.
The 12-course M.A. program admitted its first students in 1998. The program provides professional preparation for academic, museum and teaching careers in art history.