Art & Architectural History
As an Art & Architectural History student, you’ll immerse yourself in the study of visual culture and its philosophical, aesthetic and social meanings across history. Through coursework, internships and a semester abroad in our Florence program, you’ll explore the interconnectedness of the arts and develop the analytical and critical skills needed for a career in teaching, museums and galleries, art conservation and commercial art.
The Art and Architectural History program provides an opportunity for students to study the philosophical, aesthetic, and social meanings of many other kinds of visual cultural products throughout history and to develop the intellectual tools necessary to engage in analytical and critical study of works of art and architecture. The program prepares students to pursue an academic or professional career within the field.
Roger Williams University offers minor in Art and Architectural History degree.