Career and Academic Opportunities

Bachelor of Art (Art History) students pursuing a Double Owl with the Norman J Radow College of the Humanities and Social Sciences Master of Arts in American Studies, Cultural Production cluster, will broaden their Art History studies by developing research and analytical skills to view American public history and culture within larger world systems. This pathway aligns with the BA Art History degree and students will be equipped with the breadth of knowledge and experience to pursue more advanced career opportunities than those afforded with a solitary BA. Graduate Studies in American Studies will broaden the scope of studies for the BA Art History major, preparing them for more advanced post-graduate studies and/or employment in arts/cultural production industries.

Salary and Career Information

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Admission Requirements

Double Owl Admission Requirements 
  • Completion of 60 credit hours towards degree
  • GPA of 3.00
  • Writing sample that demonstrates applicant is capable of completing graduate-level courses successfully.
Double Counted Courses Include
  • AMST 6201 to count for Related Studies
  • AMST 6401 to count for Related Studies

Choose one (1) of the following to count for Related Studies:

  • AMST 7230
  • AMST 7410
  • AMST 7420
  • AMST 7450
Graduate Admission Requirements

Suggested Timeline

Apply to Double Owl early in Junior year. Apply to Graduate Program in Senior Year by posted graduate program deadline.

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Contact Information

Undergraduate Information

Undergraduate Degree
Bachelor of Arts in Art History

Department / College
School of Art and Design / College of the Arts
Chastain Pointe Building, Room 302B

Advising Contact
Kate Golder, Advisor

Graduate Information

Graduate Degree
Master of Arts in American Studies

Department / College
Interdisciplinary Studies / Radow College of Humanities and Social Science
Social Science Building, Room 2019B

Advising Contact
Stacy Keltner, Program Director