MA in Art History by Top Schools

Top schools offering the MA in Art History degree programs:

The University of Nottingham (UK)
- This MA in Art History pathway will allow candidates to explore a variety of art of historical periods through different critical approaches to the subject.
- The Department of Art History has achieved a high score in the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise. 75% of the research submitted was assessed as being of 'world-leading or of international excellence', and the department was ranked equal 10th among all art history departments nationally.

George Mason University (US)
- The MA in Art History is designed to meet the needs of a diverse student population.
- Students will learn methods of art historical analysis, a variety of art historical interpretations, and practical applications of the field.
- U.S. News & World Report named Mason as the nation’s No. 2 university to watch on its 2010 list of "Up-and-Coming Schools".

University of South Florida (US)
- The M.A. in Art History is a two-year program of study. It focuses on the study of visual culture, emphasizing critical theory and the development of critical thinking skills.
- USF is a large metropolitan research university and a member of the state University System of Florida.

McGill University (Canada)
- Entrance into the M.A. Program in Art History is limited to the best qualified applicants. Proficiency in English and French is required.
- The program is designed to be completed in 4 semesters, but may be completed in three semesters.
- McGill is the oldest university in Montreal and one of the country's leading research-intensive universities.

York University (Canada)
- The M.A. in Art History degree normally requires two years of full-time study. The programme offers a range of courses, internships, visual resources and faculty interests.
- York's Faculty of Graduate Studies has grown to become one of the largest and finest in the country.

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