Are you passionate about art and how it intersects with cultures and technologies throughout time? If you’re interested in learning how multiple disciplines including history, economics, science and religion are reflected in tangible objects of visual culture, then earning an associate degree in art history at Aims can be a great way to begin your higher education journey.
Art historians are lifelong learners driven by curiosity, knowledge and storytelling. Their deep knowledge of the major artistic movements in history makes them an asset to museums, nonprofits, galleries, library systems and more. At Aims, you’ll study visual art and architecture and the technology and tools that make it possible, from ancient history through today.
Earning an associate degree in art history at Aims is an affordable path to getting your bachelor’s degree. Taking your general education degree requirements at Aims instead of a four-year school can save you substantial cost. Thanks to a statewide agreement between community colleges and universities, after completing your associate degree at Aims, you can transfer to any participating four-year public university in Colorado as a junior and earn your bachelor’s degree in art history.
If you’re interested in mythology and religion, art and history, and traveling back in time to connect these elements to what it means to be human, explore the art history associate degree program at Aims.