Art History Ph.D.

Art History Ph.D.

The Ph.D. curriculum allows students to refine their knowledge of their respective fields while mastering advanced research methods. To these ends, the Ph.D. program offers courses in the following areas: Ancient Greek and Roman, Late Antique and Byzantine, Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque, Modern, Contemporary, Asian, Islamic, and African/Oceanic/Pre-Columbian.

Ph.D. students have seven years to complete all coursework and the Qualifying Examinations. After the Qualifying Examinations have been passed, a student has an additional seven years to complete the Ph.D. dissertation.

Use your Graduate Academic Bulletin

Students pursuing a graduate degree in Art History should use the University Graduate School Academic Bulletin.

Official requirements for our Ph.D. degree can be found by clicking on the Bulletin below:

2019-20: Art History University Graduate School Academic Bulletin