Bachelor of arts in art history in California state university sonoma
The Art History program teaches students to think critically about art and visual culture. In addition to preparing them for careers in the museum and gallery world as well as graduate work in Art History or related fields in the humanities, the program offers training in research, writing and critical thinking that will serve them in many professions. Students are given an introduction to western and non-western art before taking more specialized courses that focus the art and culture of particular regions, periods or themes. Students will gain familiarity with critical theory, historical methodology and research using print, online, and electronic sources. Professors work closely with students to hone their writing, critical thinking and research skills and enable them cultivate and express their own ideas about art and visual culture.
Complete a high/secondary school curriculum which totals 12 years of primary-secondary education, and earn a graduation diploma or certificate, 2.0 grade point average (GPA) on the 4.0 grading scale, Official high school transcript (academic record), Test scores: TOEFL ibT of 61, IELTS of 6.0, SAT and ACT scores.
Art History/Appreciation Instructor, Lecturer, Art History Assistant, Coordinator/Trainer, Art Lecturer, Assistant Artist