Main Contact Info

110 Tappan
855 South University Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1357

Phone: 734.764.5400


The Career Center's Career Guide for History of Art

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

A major or minor in the History of Art is developed in consultation with a History of Art advisor. Appointments are scheduled through the departmental website:

Majors and minors  must consult with an advisor at least once a year.

The History of Art Website. For further information about the curriculum, student resources, faculty and staff, departmental events, and Helicon (the undergraduate art history association), please consult the History of Art website:

History of Art Faculty Listing
History of Art Departmental Information

Learn more about this academic unit’s areas of intellectual expertise, its history, and its undergraduate offerings.

Resources for Concentrators
Internships and Career Resources

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.

Helicon Review (History of Art)

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:

Virtual Resource Collection

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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