Official Master's Degree in Analysis and Management of the Artistic Heritage
Master descriptionThis master's degree of 60 credits has no specialisations as its compulsory modules are clearly research-oriented and each optional module gives broad coverage of the professions of art historian or artistic heritage specialist.
Of the 60 credits 40 are compulsory, or which 9 are practicum credits, 22 for analysis of the artistic heritage and 9 for the master's dissertation. In addition, there are 3 optional modules of 10 credits, of which 2 modules are to be taken.
The Study Plan is divided into 2 semesters (only one academic year).
Course begins on14/09/2020
Teaching timetableTimetables for each specific subject can be consulted in the academic calendar. Timetables for work placements are agreed upon with the tutor of the centre where the work placement will take place and the student.
Study plan structure
|Art, History and Thought||10||OB|
|Artistic Heritage: Paths for Study and Techniques for Analysis||12||OB|
|Art and Commerce||10||OT*|
|Art Criticism and Diffusion||10||OT*|
|Conservation and Management of Artistic Heritage||10||OT*|
* Optional, you must take 20 credits
Discontinuation of courses
All optional subjects are not scheduled each year.