PHDSTUDIES

3 PhD Programs in Art History

A PhD Art History program may examine a wide range of fields, such as contemporary art, ancient Near Eastern art, and critical theory. Candidates pursuing a PhD Art History degree  may study the broad range of art from around the world and different time periods, such as Native American art, 20th century European art, the arts of China, Japan, Baroque, Greek, and sub-Saharan Africa.


Requirements will differ depending on the university program, however most PhD Art History degrees are usually comprised of coursework, examinations, seminars, teaching, and research. Some may also require knowledge of a second language. Candidates often have the opportunity to conduct research internationally. Research will result in a dissertation or thesis, which candidates usually must defend in front of a panel of experts in the field.  Graduates holding PhD Art History degrees often go on to careers in academic institutions, museums and galleries around the world.


Scroll through the options below and find the PhD Art History program that will help you reach your goals!

3 Results in Art History Filter

Research Degrees (MPhil/PhD) in History of Art and/or Archaeology

SOAS University of London
PhD
28 Sep 2020
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30 Jun 2020
English
Campus

While a research degree should be very rewarding personally, it is also a serious and sometimes intense undertaking. Under the current system, a full-time doctoral student has ...

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PhD in Archaeology and History of Arts

Koc University - Istanbul Turkey
PhD
Sep 2020
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4 years
31 May 2020
English
Campus

The Ph.D. program in Archaeology offers the opportunity for advanced study in the archaeology of Turkey (ancient Anatolia) and the surrounding regions. Students should be inte ...

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DPhil (PhD) in Art History

International Business School – Budapest
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3 years
English
Campus

We offer the DPhil Art History programme in English, leading to the degree conferred by our British partner, The University of Buckingham. The programme requires an original c ...

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