Graduate Programs in Art History

If you are interested in pursuing graduate studies in Art History, you may like to consult the following links to find out more about programs and their faculty, as well as important deadlines.

In Canada:

University of Alberta: Master of Arts in the History of Art, Design, and Visual Culture

University of British Columbia: Masters in Art History, Masters in Critical and Curatorial Studies, PhD in Art History

Carleton University: M.A. in Art History

Concordia University: M.A. in Art History and Inter-University Ph.D. in Art History

McGill University: MA in Art History, Ph.D. in Art History

Queen’s University: MA in Art History, Ph.D. in Art History, M.A. in Art Conservation

University of Toronto: MA in Art History, Ph.D. in Art History

University of Victoria: MA in History in Art, Ph.D. in History in Art

University of Western Ontario: MA in Art History

York University: MA in Art History, Graduate Diploma in Curatorial Studies in Visual Culture, Combined MA and MBA in Art History and Business Administration/Arts Administration, Arts and Media Graduate Diploma

Graduates from the Honours Art History Program at McMaster have also pursued Postgraduates studies abroad at:

University of Edinburgh: History of Art MSc by Research

Courtauld Institue of Art: MA in Art History, Ph.D. in Art History

For Specialized Training programs in Art Therapy, Museum Studies and Auction Houses see:

Fleming College: Museum Management and Curatorship

Christie’s: MA in Art History

Sotheby’s Institute of Art

Toronto Art Therapy Institute

For career opportunities see:

Canadian Heritage Information Network

Canadian Museums Association