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Art History

Art History Bachelor’s Degree 

Earn a Fine Arts B.A. in Art History in Florence, Italy


Known as the birthplace of modern humanism, naturalistic arts and scientific inquiry, Florence, Italy was the cradle of Renaissance civilization - the place where Dante, Brunelleschi, Botticelli, and Leonardo da Vinci forever changed the way we see the world. Florence, Italy is the ideal destination for those interested in an Art History major. Marist’s Florence, Italy based four-year study abroad Bachelor’s degree program offers unparalleled access to museums, festivals, and artists in the richest historical art environments in Europe.

   

Why Earn a Fine Arts Bachelor’s Degree with a Concentration in Art History in Italy?

Art History Bachelor’s Degree Marist’s Florence based art courses stimulate and develop students’ individual creativity, providing them not only with the technical skills but also the conceptual insights necessary for the development of artistic talent. The B.A. in Fine Arts with a concentration in Art History is a four-year study abroad Bachelor’s degree program designed to provide both a survey of western art and an in-depth study of selected periods. In addition to the required art history course work, students must pursue an alternative discipline, taking 3 courses in Italian Language, History, Literature, or Studio Art. Marist provides students majoring in Art History with the tools necessary for entering the competitive labor market.

The Art History Bachelor’s degree curriculum prepares students for a variety of art history focused careers, such as archivist, art gallery manager, curator, art buyer, and art investor. Marist prepares students for successful careers in these fields by utilizing Florence’s rich history in the arts to teach students about applying historical context to better understand a work of art. The Art History Bachelor’s degree program’s faculty is well versed in the international art business, and teaches students the art expertise needed to pursue art history-focused careers or continue their education through an advanced degree.

Careers in Art Histroy

  • Archivists
  • Art gallery
  • Art Investment

Complete Your Undergraduate Degree through Marist in Florence, Italy

Marist’s Florence, Italy branch campus provides the only four-year U.S. Bachelor’s degree program located in Florence, Italy. Students can choose from eight majors, including Bachelor’s of Fine Arts with a concentration in Art History. Courses at the Lorenzo de Medici Institute are taught by international faculty in English. Students are expected to take Marist’s recognized core-curriculum, which is designed to develop undergraduate students’ critical thinking, writing, and communication skills, as well as their major specific courses. This provides undergraduate students with a balanced education, preparing them to continue their education or pursue a professional career upon graduation. Marist’s Florence campus additionally provides students with a well-rounded student life experience focused around a wide range of student clubs and societies, organized cultural events, field trips, and site visits. Library and Computer facilities are also available to students on the Lorenzo de Medici campus.

Request More InformationContact us to get more information about Marist-LdM's art history degree program in Florence, Italy.

 

Requirements for a Bachelor's of Arts in Fine Arts: Art History

Note: A minimum of 90 credits in Liberal Arts is required.

  • Course Requirements (15 Credits)
    • Selection of five additional courses in Art History
  • Alternate Discipline Courses (9 Credits)
    • Each Art History student must take three (3) courses in one of the following alternate disciplines: Italian Language, History, Literature, or Studio Art.
  • Core / Liberal Studies & Foundation Requirements (42-45 Credits)
  • Elective Course Requirements (33 - 36 Credits)

Total Requirement for Graduation (120 Credits)

The Marist-LdM program is the only four-year U.S. bachelor degree program in Florence, Italy. B.A. in Art History courses are taught in English by international faculty. While at university, in addition to taking focused classes related to the Art History major, undergraduate students will begin taking courses in Marist College’s recognized core-curriculum designed to develop undergraduate students’ critical thinking, writing, and communication skills. 

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