The program is destined to contribute to the development of studies and research in Theory, History of Art, Aesthetics and Art studies in general. It seeks to develop competencies for research in these disciplinary fields, through training that consigns different methodological, theoretical, historiographic and critical perspectives. Promotes the integration of diverse disciplines in the theoretical reflection oriented to the knowledge of the artistic phenomenon in its historical evolution and its contemporary condition.
The Program has an evening program and flexible curriculum, with semester curricular activities and is expressed in class hours and credit system. It is face-to-face, so attendance will be mandatory.
The Training Plan comprises a set of subjects grouped into two lines of specialization: the Art History line and the Aesthetics and Art Theory line, complementary to each other; both lines are made up of subjects from the area and other interdisciplinary ones that support the methodological and thematic orientation of the two main lines.
To obtain the degree, each candidate to Master must approve 102 credits, broken down into 5 compulsory subjects, 3 elective seminars, 2 student research colloquia and the Thesis.
Each academic semester includes 16 weeks, distributed in classes and other regular training activities (student research colloquia, compulsory participation, and seminars of visiting professors).
The maximum duration of stay in the Magister is 3 years
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