The Art History program from American College of Greece consists of the College's General Education curriculum (including humanities and social sciences) and a prescribed concentration in Art History and elective courses. The core of art history courses focuses on Western Art from antiquity to the present. Art is studied within its continually changing social, religious, political, and intellectual contexts, with an emphasis on scholarly inquiry. Period courses are combined with courses focusing on the theoretical background of and issues in the discipline. The courses are designed to develop the student’s analytical and critical thinking through exposure to and practice of theoretical and methodological issues within the history of art.
The Art History program is designed to provide a solid background for graduate work in the fields of art history and archaeology. Career prospects include teaching (at all levels), museum or gallery work, archaeology, work in auction houses, journalism, advertising, publishing and editing, and in related fields (following specialized training programs) such as conservation, archival studies, library sciences with a specialty in art history or archaeology, arts administration, art law, art advising, art appraisal, arts management, art investment, antiquarian book trade and heritage management. In addition, the critical, analytical, research and presentation skills that Art History students acquire as part of their education are transferable and sought after in other fields as well.
- Academic Writing
- Integrated Academic Writing and Ethics
- Academic Writing and Research
- Mathematics for the Liberal Arts
- Information Systems
- Psychology as a Social Science
We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
One letter of recommendation from teacher/professor of last institution attended; letter from private tutor is not accepted
- Official high school transcript(s) and diploma or Official college/university transcript(s) and catalog (if applying for transfer credits)
Students may also qualify to take WP1010 by submitting evidence of fluency based on graduation from an English speaking secondary school/program.
- If none of the above can be provided, then the candidate will have to take the English Placement Test administered by the College.
- IELTS Academic (6.5 or above)
International10133 EUR/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 335 EUR per credit during 48 months.
EU/EEA9982 EUR/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 330 EUR per credit during 48 months.
- International Students: $380 per credit
Living costs for Athens
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