The Bachelor of Arts in art history through ASU’s Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts is a comprehensive degree designed to engage students with visuality in a variety of ways.
The program provides a high quality art history education and prepares students for a life-long career. As an art history major, students are offered a diverse curriculum that fosters critical understanding of the aesthetics, production, patronage and consumption of art. Courses examine art history from a wide variety of cultures, time periods, and geographies through multiple approaches and methodologies. Herberger’s internationally recognized faculty members collectively hold a broad base of art history knowledge, providing a remarkable educational experience.
Graduates in art history at the bachelor's level find employment opportunities in commercial art galleries, art publications and museums. Career options include positions such as arts managers, archivists, curators, fine artists, museum technicians and conservators, and art, drama, and music teachers.
The cost of this program is $505 per credit hour, with no additional program fees.