Graduate students in the 历史 of Art benefit from the area’s close ties to the Georgia Museum of Art and the nearby resources of the High Museum and the Contemporary in Atlanta. They also take advantage of significant programming on campus, including a student-run lecture series that brings several outstanding art historians to campus each year. In addition, students benefit from a wide variety of activities organized by students and faculty in the Lamar Dodd School of Art, most notably the Visiting Artist & Scholar Lecture Series.
学生们 graduating with an 嘛 degree in 艺术史 routinely procure jobs at museums and galleries and have gone on to pursue PhDs at some of the finest programs in the country, including Princeton University and the Institute of Fine Arts at New York University.
学校 of Art offers generous, merit-based assistantships, as well as scholarships, tuition wavers, and research funds and is committed to a diverse student body. 85% of our 嘛 students are fully funded, and most students receive some form of financial support.
To enhance their research, graduate students may apply each year for supplemental funding to support participation in conferences and special travel related to thesis research. Sources include the Willson Center for the Humanities and Arts, the Graduate School, Dodd 奖学金 and Awards, and the 艺术史 Area Support Fund. Find more information here.