Ba art history in Carleton university
Historians of art and architecture study visual communication. At Carleton, we study the great monuments of Western culture painting, sculpture and buildings but we also study Asian and other non-Western art, North American Indigenous art, photography, printmaking and popular culture as well as the institutions of art itself: museums, galleries and exhibitions. The material ranges from the prehistoric to the present day. The students come away from the program with direct experience of collections of art here in the National Capital Region and a historical framework for understanding imagery, as well as an awareness of the multiple possibilities for interpreting art, architecture and other visual phenomena.
A secondary school or high school graduation certificate, Official/original transcript(s) from high school and of any post-secondary studies completed, IELTS (Academic) 6.5 IELTS (min 6.0 each band), TOEFL ibT of 86 (22 in writing and speaking, 20 reading and listening), CAEL of 70 overall with a minimum score of 60 on each band, PTE of 60 (min 60 in each Communicative Skill), MELAB of 85 (min. score of 80 on each section)
Research or graduate studies, Museum or gallery curator, Archivist or librarian, Teacher, Critic, journalist or writer