History of Art
Time: 5:00PM - 6:00PM
Location: 180 Tappan Hall
The Michigan in Washington program offers a semester of study
organized around an internship at an organization in Washington, DC.
Students in the past have worked at the Smithsonian museums and Freer
Gallery of Art, and program leaders are eager to set up relationships
with other arts and preservation-related groups in the nation's capitol.
Michigan in Paris is entirely based on art history and French language
study, using the city of Paris and its museums and architecture as
subject for three different history of art classes.
Courses in both programs are designed by U-M faculty and receive full
credit as U-M classes. The Michigan in Paris program can be used to
meet many of the requirements of the History of Art concentration and
minor as well as some of the language requirement. U-M scholarships may
be applied toward either of the programs.