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Art History & Visual Studies

The Art History & Visual Studies program offers two distinct tracks for undergraduate majors and minors, designed to help students prepare for the many career choices available to students pursuing a degree in one of the...

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Art History & Visual Studies - Graduate

The Master of Arts in Art History & Visual Studies prepares students with the course work, language skills, and research experience needed for further graduate study or work in arts organizations and educational settings...

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    Art History - Minor

    The Minor in Art History focuses on the development of the visual arts, particularly the histories of "high" or "fine" art, within a broad liberal arts tradition. Students study artistic images, objects and events...

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    Art Studio

    Students wishing to major in Art Studio have a choice of two undergraduate degrees. The Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree is for those who wish to create a broad foundation based on the tradition of a liberal arts education,...

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    • BFA
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    Art Studio - Graduate

    The Master of Fine Arts (M.F.A.) degree in Art Studio is the terminal academic degree for studio artists and the required faculty credential for most institutions of higher learning. In addition to being fully qualified to...

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      Art Studio - Minor

      Students may use the Art Studio Minor to gain a broad-based introduction to art production or a concentration on a specific medium, such as digital media, fiber, painting, or print media (among others). The Art Studio Minor...

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      • Minor

      Arts Administration

      Arts Administration teaches students how to connect audiences to the arts within the context of a non-profit arts organization. Students learn fundraising, communications, marketing, financial management and programming...

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      • BA

      Arts Administration - Graduate

      The University of Kentucky prepares the next generation of arts leaders through its innovative online MA in Arts Administration. This degree is designed to serve a vibrant nonprofit arts and cultural industry that attracts...

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        Assistive & Rehabilitation Technology (Graduate Certificate)

        The graduate certificate in assistive and rehabilitation technology is a collaborative effort between the Department of Early Childhood, Special Education, and Rehabilitation Counseling and the Department of Rehabilitation...

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          Athletic Training - Graduate

          Athletic trainers (ATs) are highly qualified, multi-skilled health care professionals who collaborate with physicians to provide preventative services, emergency care, clinical diagnosis, therapeutic intervention and...

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            Autism Spectrum Disorder - (Graduate Certificate)

            The College of Education offers a graduate certificate in Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). The certificate is a collaborative effort between the department of special education and rehabilitation counseling, and the...

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              Baroque Trumpet (Graduate Certificate)

              The School of Music Certificate in Baroque Trumpet develops performance and interpretation skills for the natural trumpet. The Baroque Trumpet is a valveless ancestor of the modern valved trumpet. It reached its zenith...

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