Come and hear about your options from the experts about studying art history abroad, or in Washington D.C.!
Join Karissa Gomez of the UCDC Program, Federica Galoppo and Jeffrey Boloten of Sotheby's Institute of Art, London, and Adrienne Sifontes of UCSB's Education Abroad Program to discuss planning and options for undergrads interested in enriching their study of the history of art and architecture in Washington, D. C., or abroad.
The Department of the History of Art and Architecture encourages its students to complete some portion of their undergraduate study through the University’s UCDC or Education Abroad Program. History of Art and Architecture majors can deepen their understanding of the art and culture of particular nations and regions by studying at a foreign university while adding an international dimension to their undergraduate education. Because all courses taken through EAP are accepted as UC courses, students may spend as much as a year of study at a foreign university with no loss of time completing their degrees. Honors majors have the extraordinary opportunity to use their period abroad for first-hand research on their honors thesis projects. There are specialized programs for Museum Studies majors and minors, some including internships.