What will I learn?

Associate in Arts Degree in Art: Emphasis in Art History

The major in Art History has been planned to give students an overview of the History of Art. A broad range of courses is offered in both the Art of the Western and Non-Western World. After fulfilling basic core requirements, students may shape their major, through their choice of electives, to specialize in one of these areas, according to their interest. Students are encouraged to take courses in studio art as well as related courses in the History department, to broaden their understanding of the conceptual, historical and technical bases of art history. Upon graduation from Santa Barbara City College with art history major, students should be prepared to enter the third year of a major in the field at a four year college or university.

Careers in Art or architectural historian, Art teacher, Art researcher, Art appraiser, Art conservator, Art Museum curator, Museum technician, Arts Education, Arts administration, Art critic, Art Director, Director of art gallery, Art auction house representative, Artists’ representative, Arts librarian, Slide librarian, Research assistant, Arts publishing, freelance Collection Manager.

Which department am I in?

Santa Barbara City College

Study options

Full Time (Total of 60 degree-applicable units)

Tuition fees
US$7,944.00 per year
USD $331 per course unit; Summer Session (Optional): USD $1,324 (4 Units)
Start date

26 August 2019

Venue

Wake Campus

300 N. Turnpike Road,

SANTA BARBANA,

California,

93111, United States

Full Time (Total of 60 degree-applicable units)

Tuition fees
US$7,944.00 per year
USD $331 per course unit; Summer Session (Optional): USD $1,324 (4 Units)
Start date

26 August 2019

Venue

Santa Barbara City College

721 Cliff Drive,

SANTA BARBARA,

California,

93109, United States

Entry requirements

For international students

Students must be 18 years or older by the time of arrival at SBCC.

Students are required to have a high school graduation with the equivalent of a GPA of 2.0 or better.

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