Classes you can take:
Basic Sculpture, Gallery Management and Curating, Histories and Concepts of 20th Century Art, Art Since 1945, Africa and Cinema, American Art I: Contact to 1865, American Art: 1865-1945, European Avant-Garde Art & Design
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Sample Job Titles
|Set and Exhibit Designers|
|Museum Technicians and Conservators|
* Sources of Information: United States Department of Labor: Bureau of Labor Statistics (2017).
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The concentration’s emphasis on writing, research and critical thinking make it an excellent foundation for any future career. Two full-time faculty teach courses in art history, occasionally supplemented by adjuncts with particular specializations. Ramapo Gallery Director Sydney Jenkins teaches the course Gallery Management and Curating periodically, preparing art history concentrators and others for internships in arts professions. Professors integrate museum trips and visits to galleries into each course, allowing students to take advantage of the wealth of arts resources nearby.