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Bachelor of Arts in:

Art History

The Bachelor of Arts in Art History affords students the unique opportunity to study the discipline of Art History through traditional academic means as well as through professional settings provided by internships, field trips, and visiting artists and scholars. Kutztown University's proximity to major art centers, such as New York City, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C., as well as regional cultural destinations such as Allentown, Bethlehem, Lancaster, and Reading, enable students' experiences with art to extend beyond the classroom. A major in Art History will strongly prepare students for career opportunities related to cultural tourism, as well as work in museums, galleries, and more.

The Minor in Art History program requires completion of 18 credit hours of art history, including three credits earned through an internship.

The Art History minor enhances degrees awarded for the Bachelor of Fine Arts in various visual arts programs, the Bachelor of Science in Art Educaiton and it complements bachelor's degrees in related disciplines in humanities and social sciences, such as literature, history, anthropology, psychology and others.

For more information, please visit the Department of Art and Art History.