Each Career Guide highlights curriculum requirements, as well as skills and abilities that may be developed and applied through each course of study. To complement the academic information, a range of interesting occupational opportunities are listed as a starting point for considering how academic experiences may translate to professional work settings. The Career Guide series represents a collaborative effort between The Career Center and numerous academic units.
History of Art Advising
Students concentrating in the history of art are required to discuss their program with a departmental department advisor at least once a year, and are strongly urged to do so at least once every Fall/Winter Term. These advising appointments are scheduled through the departmental website: www.lsa.umich.edu/histart/undergraduate/academicadvising.
However, progress toward the satisfaction of the many and varied LSA distribution requirements should be monitored by an LSA academic advisor (1255 Angell Hall). While every effort is made to apprise students of the various Departmental and College regulations and to monitor student progress, the ultimate responsibility for assuring that all requirements are met rests with the student.
A minor in History of Art is developed in consultation with an department advisor in History of Art. Appointments are scheduled through the departmental website: www.lsa.umich.edu/histart/undergraduate/academicadvising.
The History of Art Student Services Office. The History of Art Student Services Office, located in 50 Tappan Hall, maintains files of information on career options, internships, study abroad programs, graduate schools, Museum Studies programs, and fellowships.
the department's undergraduate association sponsors a variety of activities such as films, museum trips, speakers, and social events. All History of Art majors are eligible to join; notices of meetings and events are posted on the bulletin board in the Tappan Hall lobby.
The Helicon Review is an annually published, student run, scholarly journal showcasing exceptional undergraduate work. All essays and theses written for a history of art class during a student's undergraduate career are eligible for submission. Students need not be art history majors or students of LSA to apply. Contact: email@example.com
The VRC maintains nearly two million images of art. The collection’s roots are more than 90 years old and developed as a teaching collection to support faculty and students. As the University of Michigan’s History of Art evolved and became a center for scholarship, so did the VRC collection become an international resource
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