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The M.A. and Ph.D. programs in Art History offer advanced training in the study of visual and material culture from the Middle Ages to the present. The Queen’s Art History program is strongly committed to mentoring and training graduate students in a variety of interdisciplinary approaches, methodologies, and issues, including the technical examination of art, gender studies, critical theory, cultural representation and the relationships among art, literature, and science.
Opportunities Students have the opportunity to receive credits for specific courses for time spent in Agnes Etherington Art Centre, the ROM and the Canadian Centre for Architecture in Montreal. The Bader Fellowship allows Ph.D. students to research in Europe. Other opportunities depend on the topic and funding available. Career paths – employment opportunities Academic and teaching appointments Museum, curatorial and cultural policy positions Writing and publishing Commercial Galleries and Auction Houses.
M.A: Course work, demonstration of a reading knowledge of an appropriate second language, thesis or major research paper
Basic Funding Package (teaching assistantship, internal fellowships).
Master’s Programs: minimum $9,000 per year
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