Art historians pursue careers in higher education, art museums, galleries, historical societies, publishing, conservation, art dealership and evaluation, and art criticism. The international character of the art history major also makes it highly recommended for those interested in foreign service and international business—areas of immense importance in today’s world.

The art history major requires 33 credit hours of study in the field, including the following:

  • Greek and Roman Art
  • Medieval Art
  • Italian Renaissance Art
  • Nineteenth Century Art
  • Modern Art
  • Asian Art
  • Northern Renaissance Art
  • Baroque Art
For details about art history major requirements, please refer to the John Carroll Undergraduate Bulletin.