Comments about Art History MA - At the institution - Manchester - Greater Manchester
The programme makes possible employment in many fields connected with the visual arts, including art galleries, the art trade and auction houses, publishing, art criticism, aspects of arts administration, as well as other careers open to students of the arts with a postgraduate qualification.
Entry requirements: For this programme, you are usually expected to hold a First or Upper Second Class Honours degree, or overseas equivalent, in a related subject.
Art History MA
The MA in Art History and Visual Studies offers a wide range of courses for the five pathways from a large team of art historians. All members of staff are research active and all supervise research students for the MPhil and PhD degrees. The pathways for the MA in Art History draw on expertise that stretches from the ancient world to the present day, and they contain a range of course units and methodologies that reflect the variety and focus of our research interests. The MA programme is supported by major museum collections within the University, the City and the region.
Etruscan Italy; Pompeii; The Stained Glass of York Minster; Serving Princes: The Arts and Medici Power in Sixteenth - Century Ducal Florence; Making Believe: Art and Belief Systems in Early Modern Italy c.1600-c.1700; Imperialism's Visual Economies: Defining Art and Ways of Seeing in the British Empire; Art and Ethnography; Architecture and Modernity; Landscape and Englishness; The Surrealist Image; and National Culture and the Idea of Public Art; The Body in/and Representation.