OPPORTUNITIES FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDY
Students may combine their research on historical topics with a broad array of related subjects. As a major research university, the University of Texas at Austin offers a wide selection of electives, including courses in Art History, American Studies, Classics, Cultural Geography, History, Anthropology, Museum Studies, Latin American Studies, and Asian Studies.
M.S. AND PH.D. IN HISTORIC PRESERVATION
The Historic Preservation program offers Master of Science and Ph.D. degrees for students planning careers in the preservation of significant buildings, cultural landscapes and historic districts. Architectural History majors make take electives or earn certification in Historic Preservation.
DEPARTMENT OF ART AND ART HISTORY, COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS
With the advice and permission of the Program Director, students may select elective courses through the Department of Art History. A large range of courses in Western and Non-Western art history is offered, with particularly strong concentrations in the fields of modern art (including Latin America) and Pre-Columbian art. The faculty, all of them prominent in their respective fields, is one of the largest in the country. The Art History Department's courses in Greek and Roman architecture particularly complement the program in Architectural History.