Prepare for a career in an art museum or gallery by complimenting your practical management skills with deep art historical research.
If you want to work in art museum and gallery education, administration, or curatorial offices, get there faster with the dual degree in Arts Management and Art History.
A major benefit of pursuing the Dual M.A. Degree is that it saves you time and tuition. You will be able to complete your degree with 51 credits as opposed to 66 credits if you were to pursue each degree separately.
|Qualifying MA Art History courses||Qualifying Arts Management courses|
|ARTH 601 Colloquium in Art History||AMGT 601 Fundraising/Development|
|ARTH 594 The Museum||AMGT 602 Seminar in Arts Management|
|ARTH 699 “Curating an Exhibition”||AMGT 604 Public Relations and Marketing Strategies for the Arts|
|Other courses in consultation with your advisor.||AMGT 710 Arts Policy|
|Other courses in consultation with your advisor.|
- Students are not eligible to pursue two master’s degrees until they have completed one semester in their initial master’s program.
- You must submit a full admissions application for both programs.
- You must apply and be accepted to the second master’s degree within one year of matriculation in the initial program.
- A restricted number of credits may be shared across dual degree programs, according to University Policy 3007.
- You must submit an Individualized Dual Master’s Degree Program of Study form, approved by directors of both programs, to the Office of the University Registrar upon matriculation in the second program.
*Students must apply and be accepted to both programs. This process may be done after partial completion of the first program.