What You'll Learn
Building on a foundational exploration of modernism, specialized courses in the Online Master of Arts in Modern Art History, Theory, and Criticism blend theory and the practice of modern art criticism. In this 12-course program, students from diverse backgrounds and locations explore relevant methods for interpreting visual objects. The art history degree moves beyond appreciation to cultivate expertise through a framework of aesthetic understanding and scholarly analysis.
Designed for the Working Professional
At APU, we understand the challenges of earning your degree while juggling work, family, and other commitments. Our art programs are designed to make attending Azusa Pacific simple, so you can reach your educational goals.
The dynamic online format of the program offers students the flexibility of taking courses when and where it works best for them. Students benefit from courses designed to maximize their interaction with other students and professors, creating a rich learning community. For many, the online format is the easiest, most convenient way to balance work, school, and family.
While you do not need to be online during a specific timeframe, you should plan to be online 6–10 hours per week per unit to successfully complete assignments and participate in discussions.
All online programs include a two-week online orientation prior to the start of the first class. This offers you a chance to become familiar with the online format as you engage with helpful tutorials.
Graduate online programs follow APU's Graduate Academic Calendar with most courses offered in eight-week sessions.
Note: This information is current for the 2018-19 academic year; however, all stated academic information is subject to change. Please refer to the current Academic Catalog for more information.