Graduate study in the Department of Art History and Archaeology can be pursued only as a full-time student during the fall and spring semesters; there is no provision for part-time or summer graduate study. Students interested in a part-time degree in the Humanities may look into the Master's of Liberal Arts offered by University College.
If you are thinking of applying to our graduate program, please consider getting in touch with the faculty members who teach in your areas of greatest interest (see the faculty pages of this website, and the list below). They can tell you more about the program, and you in turn can explore through these contacts if we might be the right place for you. If you consult pertinent faculty members before you apply, your application will probably be more specific, and may have a higher chance of success.
Please note: Because we require that you take the first foreign language reading exam early in the first semester of graduate study here, please be sure to have one research language ready for use upon arrival at the university. If you have questions about which languages are suitable for your program of study, contact Professor Nathaniel Jones, Director of Graduate Studies.