This Visual Arts Certificate is offered at Harvard UniversityKey Learning Outcomes:
- Insight on essential frameworks and methodologies by which to understand, critique, and appreciate art.
- Understanding of art in its cultural, political, philosophical, and historical context.
- Deepened knowledge in focused topic areas, such as art history since World War II, Buddhist and Japanese artistic traditions, religion and the arts, and contemporary Latin American film.
To meet the requirements for the certificate, you must:
- Complete three certificate courses for graduate credit.
- Earn at least a B grade in each course.
- Complete the courses within three years.
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The liberal arts graduate certificate in Visual Arts requires three courses.Courses Include:
- Exhibiting and Collecting Islamic Art: Toward a Critical History
- Manet and Modernism: Triumph of an Independent Vision
- Modern in Spirit: American Art in the First Half of the Twentieth Century
- Designing the American City: Civic Aspirations and Urban Form
- Understanding Architecture
- Inventing and Reinventing the Museum of Fine Arts
- Cultural Agents: Art Works in the World
- Buddhism and Japanese Artistic Traditions
- Nazi Cinema: The Art of Propaganda.
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- 18 months
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DisciplinesVisual Arts Art History View 212 other Masters in Art History in United States
No application is required. You simply register for graduate courses during our fall, spring, or summer registration periods.
International5680 USD/yearTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 8520 USD for the full programme and a duration of 18 months.
National5680 USD/yearTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 8520 USD for the full programme and a duration of 18 months.
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