MA Art History
The aim of the scheme is to extend the student’s knowledge and experience in art history, offer training in research methodologies, provide a combination of applied research and vocational training, and stimulate vigorous intellectual inquiry in the subject. This course consists of the following modules in the research areas listed above. Part 1, which extends from October to May, comprises the modules Art and Visual Culture (A), Research Project, Research Training or appropriate Undergraduate modules, and Part 2, which lasts from June to September, comprises the Dissertation module.

MPhil Art History
The MPhil course can be studied either for one year on a full time basis, or two years part time, and the thesis can be submitted within the period of a further two years for full-time candidates, or three years for part time. Entry for all postgraduate courses is BA (Hons) Class I or II (1) or equivalent. Those who are not graduates must satisfy the University that they are of the required academic standard to pursue a postgraduate scheme. Art History supervision is provided in the following areas: Renaissance Art; Nineteenth and Twentieth Century British Art; Women’s Art, Craft and Design; Art in Wales; Ceramics; The History of Printmaking; Book Illustration; Photography; Photography and the Cinema; Museum and Gallery Studies; and the Visual Culture of Religion. The School runs a series of lectures and research seminars from staff and visitors which all postgraduates are expected to attend and take part in by presenting their own ‘work in progress’. Students may also make use of the School’s art collection for study purposes.

PhD Art History
Art History supervision is provided in the following areas: Renaissance Art; Nineteenth and Twentieth Century British Art; Women’s Art, Craft and Design; Art in Wales; Ceramics; The History of Printmaking; Book Illustration; Photography; Photography and the Cinema; Museum and Gallery Studies; and the Visual Culture of Religion. The School runs a series of lectures and research seminars from staff and visitors which all postgraduates are expected to attend and take part in by presenting their own ‘work in progress’. Students may also make use of the School’s art collection for study purposes.
PhD, PhD, MPhil, MPhil Award
September Start
Full-time, Part-time Study Mode
36 month Duration

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