Art BA Degree
Prepare for an Art Career or Grad School
A bachelor of arts degree in art with a concentration in art history from The University of Texas at Tyler prepares you to enter a career as a curator, art director, manager of a private collection or art teacher.
- Study in state-of-the-art facilities using the latest digital and audio technology.
- Get one-on-one attention from professors you’d expect only at a small private university.
- Learn from professors who are practicing artists and committed scholars.
Our graduates are employed in such positions as community arts organizer, presentation designer and art instructor, among many others.
Bachelor’s in Art History: Spans Centuries. Exciting and Relevant.
- Prepare exhibitions for the university’s Meadows Gallery and at the Tyler Museum of Art.
- Examine art from ancient to contemporary on the Tyler campus in facilities rated among the best in Texas and nationwide. Spanning more than 30,000 square feet, art facilities feature the latest audio and digital technology.
- Concentrate your art degree in a particular field of art by minoring in a subject such as chemistry, anthropology, English or history.
- Join the Art Club that sponsors museum trips, guest speakers and student art sales.
- Attend art classes that are purposely kept small for maximum student-professor interaction.
Art Courses: Career-Focused. Dynamic.
Women in Art
Gain a general knowledge of women artists as well as an introduction to key concepts and critical theories in feminist art history through reading assignments, class discussion and a writing project.
Explore painting, sculpture and architecture in the 20th century with special attention given to avant-garde movements such as cubism, dada, surrealism, abstract expressionism, pop and op.
Art and Society: Ancient to Medieval
Undertake a study of painting, sculpture and architecture from antiquity through the medieval era with particular emphasis on societal circumstances which helped to form artistic evolution.
Find out more about UT Tyler art courses
For more information, visit the UT Tyler Department of Art and Art History