Art history develops the student's ability to place a work of art in its historical, cultural, social, and political contexts by giving equal weight to the development of both analytical and visual skills. While an undergraduate concentration in art history may lead directly to graduate studies and to a career in teaching and scholarly research, there are also many opportunities in museums, galleries, auction houses, and publishing companies. There is no entry portfolio requirement for art history.
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