The curriculum offers an interdisciplinary mix of art history, the humanities, and business. A balance of visual art and business-related courses prepares you for a wide range of non-curatorial positions in museums and art institutions.
You’ll take courses in art history and in business law. In your senior seminar you’ll get the chance to study an entire exhibition in all its facets, from original concept to implementation to analyzing the response.
The program includes guest lectures and a one-semester internship.
Your assignments take you to the galleries in Chelsea, not far from FIT’s campus. And you’re a subway ride from museums known around the world.