Learn how to analyze and appreciate works of art as a product of their culture with the bachelor’s degree in Art History and Visual Culture from Lindenwood University.
Courses examine how and why artwork was created, who may have appreciated it, and what it means to its audience. Students learn the principles and elements of design, color theory, problem-solving, and perception applied to two-dimensional art. Graduates will be skilled in research and criticisms applied to art history issues.
This art history degree can lead to careers such as:
- Museum curator
- Museum archivist
- Craft and fine artist
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Program Requirements & Restrictions
Minimum EducationHigh School or Equivalent
Official High School Transcript/GED Score