The Bachelor’s Programme In Art History
Students of The Bachelor’s Programme In Art History gain insight into the thematic as well as methodological diversity of academic work in the field of art history. In addition, they acquire basic skills in academic observations, research and reasoning. They are able to present the results of their own research in writing or orally in an appropriate manner.
Students have to complete courses in the following areas:
- Medieval art history (late antiquity/Middle Ages);
- Early modern art history (early modern period);
- Modern art history (modern period);
- Contemporary art;
- Central European art history;
- Byzantine art history;
- Islamic art history;
- Asian art history.
Secondary school certificate (Reifezeugnis) or recognized foreign equivalent.
German knowledge on C1 level is an admission requirement for all bachelor/diploma programmes. The language(s) of instruction of each course depend(s) on the focus of the degree programme.
The specialised knowledge and intellectual skills acquired during the bachelor’s programme in Art History qualifies students for a career in the following occupational areas:
- at universities and research institutions;
- at museums, galleries and in the area of communication of the arts;
- in the area of art criticism;
- in the area of monument preservation and cultural heritage protection;
- in art trade;
- in publishing;
- in cultural management;
- at archives.