Masters in Art History
1. Proficency in the analysis of the artistic production, visual culture and material culture;
2. Understand art history´s specificity, while privileging the dialogues it mantains with other social sciences and humanities;
3. To critically master key studies and the main debates occuring in the field of expertise at national and international level;
4. Proficiently formulate and develop a relevant dissertation, work project or internship with report proposal in the area of specialization;
5. To develop the skills necessary to a highly qualified scientific research in art history;
6. To acquire the skills necessary to a highly qualified professional performance in the areas of education, research, curatorship, communication and consulting, namely in the fields of museology, heritage, conservation and cultural tourism.
Master (2nd Cycle)
Access to other programs
Access to study programmes leading to a doctoral degree.
Joana da Cunha Leal
More information provided in the Call for Applications, available on www.fcsh.unl.pt
(see at https://www.fcsh.unl.pt/cursos/)
Length: 2 years/4 semesters
Total credits: 120 credits (60 credits from curricular units + 60 credits from the non-teaching component)
Non-teaching component modes: Dissertation or Project Work or Internship with Report.
The student performs 50 credits in all the curricular units offered. The student also carries out 10 credits as free-elective optional (from curricular units of postgraduate level at FCSH/NOVA, UNL, or other national or foreign institutions of higher education under agreement).
In the 3rd semester the student must attend a follow-up seminar for the non teaching component (5 ECTS).
The degree of mestre corresponds to the level 7 of the NQF and EQF-National Qualifications Framework/European Qualifications Framework.
Conditions of admittance
Please consult the application call available at www.fcsh.unl.pt
A final grade, expressed as a number between 10 and 20 on a scale of 0 to 20 as well as its equivalent on the ECTS grading scale, is awarded for the post-graduate diploma. The final grade of the post-graduate diploma is the average, by credit, of the grades obtained in the course units in which the student obtained the 60 credits from the taught part of the Masters course. A final grade, expressed as a number between 10 and 20 on a scale of 0 to 20 as well as its equivalent on the ECTS grading scale, is awarded for the Masters degree. The final grade of the Masters degree will be the average of the final grade of the taught part of the course, weighted to 40%, and the grade awarded to the dissertation, project work or practical work experience report, weighted to 60%.