A BA (Bachelor of Arts) is a popular undergraduate degree that provides the education necessary for many types of careers. A BA also prepares students for advanced paths of study, such as a master’s or doctorate degree.
Arts studies incorporate the history, culture, and practice of a variety of different art forms. Examples of topic areas include sculpture, film, painting, musical instruments, theater, and photography. Programs often combine classroom learning with hands-on work.
Do you want to establish a career in the music industry as a business-astute artist or executive? Designed and delivered by leading industry professionals, our music busi
BA (Hons) Music Industry Management
Do you want to establish a career in the music industry as a business-astute artist or executive? Designed and delivered by leading industry professionals, our music business degree course will help you develop the knowledge & skills which are increasingly in demand across the modern music industry. Whether you want to work in artist management, digital marketing, A&R or the live industries, our course will give you the knowledge and access to the industry networks you need.
Our BA (Hons) Music Industry Management degree will provide you with the skills you need to establish a career as either a savvy recording artist or future-facing music executive....
The primary mission of the Peru State College Art Program is to prepare graduates who are capable and successful artists, designers, and teachers.
Bachelor of Art in Arts
Program Mission Statement
The primary mission of the Peru State College Art Program is to prepare graduates who are capable and successful artists, designers, and teachers. The Art Program has three options available to students that permit them to follow the most appropriate direction, based on their interest. The Teaching Option is for the student seeking certification to teach art in the public schools. The Fine Arts Option is for the student who intends to continue on to graduate school or find a career in art aside from public school teaching. The Graphic Design Option is for the student who wants to be creative in the design industry.
The Art Program at Peru State College includes Options in Fine Arts, Teaching, and Graphic Design. This means the program must prepare students to function in a variety of roles. To achieve this goal art instruction prepares students to:...
Art History and Visual Culture courses investigate the production of art, architecture, and film through the technical, social, economic, cultural, psychological, and epi
Understand the visual world from a variety of viewpoints
Art History and Visual Culture courses investigate the production of art, architecture, and film through the technical, social, economic, cultural, psychological, and epistemological forces at work when they were produced and viewed. The major places a particular emphasis on how images form beliefs and values, taking into account issues of ethnicity, gender, and class.
Addressing questions of chronology, theory, and methodology, the curriculum proceeds from a disciplinary to an interdisciplinary approach, guiding students in the development of analytical and synthetic thinking about visual culture. Students are encouraged to take classes in Communication and Media Studies and Comparative Literature and Cultural Studies and to apply the methods from these disciplines to the study of art history and visual culture. Students who have completed the major will be prepared to enter graduate and specialized studies in art history and visual culture. They may also choose a career in a gallery, museum, auction house, in the art-publishing sector, or some specialized corporate environments. ...
The BA in Art History emphasizes art-historical theories and analytic methods with a strong focus on the visual arts of Europe and North America.
With its wealth of archaeological sites, churches, museums, and galleries, Rome offers an unparalleled environment for the study of art. The BA in Art History emphasizes art-historical theories and analytic methods with a strong focus on the visual arts of Europe and North America.
Requirements for the Degree
World Art I. Visual Culture of the Ancient World
World Art II. Visual Culture of the Medieval World
World Art III. Visual Culture of the Early Modern World
World Art IV. Visual Culture of the Modern and Contemporary World
Introduction to Art Historical Thinking
Three courses in three of four areas: The Ancient World, The Medieval World, The Early Modern World, The Modern and Contemporary World
One Studio Art course
Six major electives in Art History or Archaeology
Richmond The American International University in London
The BA Art History & Visual Culture programme is designed for students who want to gain a broad knowledge of art and visual cultures and for those who want to pursue
The BA Art History & Visual Culture programme is designed for students who want to gain a broad knowledge of art and visual cultures and for those who want to pursue postgraduate study in a similar academic area or have a creative role in visual arts institutions and the creative cultural industries.The programme has three key aims:
Introduce students to the key influencers, theories, methods and contemporary art movements as well as the extensive art history
Develop an understanding of how to evaluate the role of visual arts and cultures today, through relevant conceptual frameworks
Explore a variety of Western and non-Western arts and visual cultures, from prehistory to the present
The educational experience of Art History majors at The American University of Paris offers an in-depth understanding of the development of Western Art as product and age
ART HISTORY AND FINE ARTS
Paris is a renowned capital of art offering a feast for the art lover’s eyes. From the architecture of Paris itself to Impressionist masterpieces in the Musée d’Orsay to the large holdings at the legendary Louvre and many lesser-known museums, there are nearly endless treasures to discover. The majors and minors in Art History and Fine Arts at The American University of Paris draw heavily on the extraordinary number of museums and major monuments in Paris — and in Europe as a whole. The ease of access to these European cities and rich collections allows students to develop an immediate and intimate understanding of great works of art — works which have been created over thousands of years....
The BA Digital Media Arts programme is the result of a collaboration between the School of Film and Television Arts and the Department of Computer Science and Software En
The BA Digital Media Arts programme is the result of a collaboration between the School of Film and Television Arts and the Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering, providing students with practical skills in digital media production and thus enabling them to produce content for the growing array of digital media platforms that constitute such a significant area of our contemporary media experience.
This programme aims to equip students with the skills, knowledge and understanding of digital media production, and with a critical and theoretical grounding in media studies and in the contexts and industries of film, television, and digital media. Areas covered include film and TV production and post-production, digital media arts, computer graphics, and computer game design....
Arts Administration is a complicated and exacting profession that requires both a deep understanding of the arts and a solid business background. In this exciting program
Arts Administration is a complicated and exacting profession that requires both a deep understanding of the arts and a solid business background. In this exciting program, students take core courses in Business and in an area within the Humanities (Drama, Fine Arts, Film Studies, History or Music), and also explore all aspects of Arts Administration for Non-Profit art organizations and their various interactions with the public and private sectors. The aim of this program of study is to provide graduates with the knowledge to set up a successful arts organization and maintain it as a sustainable and viable entity.
At the end of their program, all students are required to undertake an internship with an arts organization of their choice, arranged by the Programme Director. This organization can be located anywhere in the world, and often opens doors to future employment....
The fundamental objective of the Art Department programs is to provide and promote a knowledge and understanding of the visual arts. The studio program gives students han
The fundamental objective of the Art Department programs is to provide and promote a knowledge and understanding of the visual arts. The studio program gives students hands-on exposure to a variety of skills, both analytic and technical, in order to help students express concepts visually. The art history program introduces students to numerous periods of art, cultural and historical events, visual means of expression and communication, and research methods.
Northeastern Illinois University's Department of Art offers the bachelor's degree in Art. The undergraduate program has two concentration options:
Take a closer look at the B.A. in Art (Art History and Studio Art concentrations) and the courses offered toward the degree....
Study art history in the place art and design is made at Canada’s biggest art and design university. Our program is unique, in that you also get to take studio courses an
Visual and Critical Studies
Study art history in the place art and design is made at Canada’s biggest art and design university. Our program is unique, in that you also get to take studio courses and make art and design yourself.
The program emphasizes the expanded field of modern and contemporary art history, which includes design, photography, architecture, performance and new media, as well as painting and sculpture.
You can choose from 90 visual culture courses and 80 courses in English, humanities, social sciences and science/technology. You’ll have an opportunity to choose from a range of minors, such as Indigenous Visual Culture and Digital Futures, as well as minors in English, Creative Writing and Social Science....
Kent's School of Arts is well-known for its innovative programmes in the visual arts. Our Art History programme combines a comprehensive review of art movements, artists,
Kent's School of Arts is well-known for its innovative programmes in the visual arts. Our Art History programme combines a comprehensive review of art movements, artists, and artistic media with opportunities to put your knowledge into practice.
As an art student, you become part of an artistic community based within the School of Arts’ Jarman building – a creative hub for students of art history, film, drama and media studies.
Our degree programme
This programme offers a critically engaging and expansive approach to the discipline of art history. It equips you with the key visual, critical and professional skills necessary for a career in the art world and for a range of other employment opportunities....
Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication - Erasmus University Rotterdam
You have a passion for arts and culture. You might not be an artist yourself, but want to know what goes on behind the scenes of the art world. Arts and Culture Studies i
International Bachelor Arts and Culture Studies
Why study Arts and Culture at Erasmus University?
You have a passion for arts and culture. You might not be an artist yourself, but want to know what goes on behind the scenes of the art world. Arts and Culture Studies in Rotterdam is unique because of its multifaceted approach to arts and culture. Alternating a sociological and economic view, you will study how art is produced and how it is presented by parties such as theatres, museums and festivals. Moreover, you want to know how it is appreciated by the audience. With this Bachelor's you will be able to analyse the mechanisms of the art world in a broader context.
Artistic and (digital) media are increasingly shaping our culture and world. In this BA programme you will examine contemporary art practices in order to find new perspec
Arts, Media and Society is a three-year, English-taught programme (a specialisation of the BA in Art History).
Art has an urgent and relevant role in today's society. It provides a unique view on complex issues and is an indispensable force for a democratic society. In Arts, Media and Society you will study contemporary art that engages with society over global issues, such as terrorism, biotechnology, ecology, and politics. You will also learn how art, film, photography and digital media shape our society and how the arts and media can provide strategies for social and political activism.
The programme will provide you with the academic and professional skills essential to your future career, so you will exit the programme prepared to take on work such as curating, consulting, (digital) publishing, arts journalism; or further research in a master's or research master's....
This programme is an unrivalled opportunity to study the visual arts, architecture and material culture of Asia, Africa and the Middle East. In the first year, students a
BA History of Art and Archaeology
Programme Code: VV43 BA/HArAG
Duration: 3 years
Access to HE: Minimum of 30 Level 3 Credits at Distinction
Scottish Highers: AABBB
Scottish Advanced Highers: ABB
Irish LC: 320 points from 5 Higher level subjects at grade C1 or above
Advanced Placement: 4 4 4 (Two semesters - UCAS Group A) plus US HSGD with GPA 3.0
Euro Bacc: 80%
French Bacc: 14/20
German Abitur: 2.0
Italy DES: 80/100
Austria Mat: 2.0
Polish Mat: Overall 75% including 3 extended level subjects
Minimum Entry Requirements: Mature students may be considered on the basis of alternative qualifications and experience.
Subjects Preferred: The department welcomes applications from mature candidates with relevant work experience. No particular background is expected for the programme, although for those wishing to specialize in East Asia, some knowledge of the languages of the region is an advantage....
In addition to meeting the liberal arts core requirements of the University, you must take 29 credits of Art courses and select a 12 credit concentration of Fine Arts, Gr
In addition to meeting the liberal arts core requirements of the University, you must take 29 credits of Art courses and select a 12 credit concentration of Fine Arts, Graphic Design or Pre-art Therapy.
Complete the following courses:
ART101 - Drawing I
ART120 - Introduction to Design
ART120CT - Introduction to Design **Designated Critical Thinking**
ART150 - Introduction to Sculpture
ART204 - Painting I
ART209 - Art History: Prehistory-14th Century
ART210 - Art History: 14th C. -Present
ART300 - Communication Arts Colloquium
ART310 - Art History: Twentieth Century
ART460 - Senior Thesis
FA220 - Service in the Arts
MED204 - Electronic Media
Fine Arts Concentration