Bachelor in History of Art and Archaeology : General [180.0] - ARKE1BA
This bachelor’s programme provides a specific training in Art Histoy and Archeology based on a solid general background in Arts and Letters.
Students learn to approach the works using original production and modern investigative methods as well as direct study of monumental sources and materials. Different methodologies are used; works are examined in situ or collections kept in museums, field work, archeological excavations, etc. Students will be introduced to the arts and civilizations of Western Europe from Antiquity up to today.
At the end of the bachelor’s programme, students will have:
The oral and written exams aim to evaluate the knowledge, know-how and communication skills of the student. Certain subjects take the form of intermediate evaluations spread over the course of the year, particularly during the first polyvalent quadimester.
Courses are evaluated according to current university regulations (see General Examination Regulations). Students may find further information on specific evaluation methods in the course descriptions.
| 5/03/2009 |