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School of Fine ArtsArt & Art History Department

Art History Graduate

**Please note: the Art History M.A. program is not accepting applicants for Fall 2015**

Application Procedures
The M.A. in Art History enrolls new, full-time students each year. The program has a two-year schedule, graduating each class of eight students at the end of their second year. No part-time students are admitted, as the program requires a full two-year residency.

APPLICATION DEADLINE JANUARY 15th
Applicants to the Masters program in Art History are accepted only for Fall term.

Applications
Please check with the Graduate School of the University of Connecticut, which supplies all application materials. The Graduate School’s website is: www.grad.uconn.edu.

Writing Sample
In addition to the application materials required by the Graduate School, the Department of Art and Art History also requires a writing sample of approximately twenty (20) pages in length.

Test Scores
Students are also required to submit test scores from the General Test of the Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) with their application.

Assistantships and Fellowships
To apply for an assistantship or fellowship, select yes after the appropriate question on the application for admission. For all applicants wishing to be considered for financial aid or graduate assistantships, please see the University of Connecticut graduate study application information at http://grad.uconn.edu/financial-resources/

Requests for further information
Requests should be directed to the Art History Graduate Coordinator, University of Connecticut, Department of Art and Art History, 830 Bolton Road, U-1099, Storrs, CT 06269-1099, USA. (860) 486-3930, or the Administrative Assistant Lorraine McConnell, at lorraine.mcconnell@uconn.edu.