Bachelor of Arts
(Art History and Museum Studies)
Be part of an innovative program that combines critical studies in art history and theory with extensive hands-on museum and gallery experience.
Gain a deeper knowledge of contemporary art practices by focusing on 19th-21st century European, North American, and First Nations Art History, while learning to manage and conserve artwork, and curate exhibitions by working with the University's extensive art collection containing more than 15,000 objects.
The internship program offers an in-depth sense of the range of work and career possibilities in the museum field, and the opportunity to develop experience beyond the art gallery and classroom. Focus on areas such as exhibitions, collections, and public programming.
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