• Art history explores the cultural, historical and social contexts of art, helping us interpret the world around us. As an art history student at SLU-Madrid, you can complete all of your courses while in residence on our Madrid campus, or choose to study for one semester in St. Louis, Missouri. You can also design your own program: transferring with pre-approved coursework completed at approved universities located in other art capitals of Europe – Paris, London, or Rome, for example – or anywhere in the world.
  • Our admission criteria are flexible in order to accommodate students coming from different educational systems. 

    Students who have completed their secondary education in the Spanish system must present their marks from the 3rd and 4th year of ESO as well as 1st and 2nd years of Bachillerato, and they must pass Selectividad. Additionally, we require an official academic English exam (TOEFL or IELTS). 

    If you have questions about the requirements for any specific educational system, please contact the Office of Admissions at: admissions-madrid@slu.edu.
  • Art History courses at SLU-Madrid include: 

    Approaching the Arts

    History of Western Art

    History of Western Art I

    History of Western Art II

    Art and the Body

    History of Spanish Art

    The Art and History of Madrid

    Ancient Art Survey

    Art of the African Diaspora

    Medieval Art Survey

    Renaissance Art Survey

    Nineteenth-Century Art: Goya to Van Gogh

    Modern Art Survey

     Art from Michelangelo to Goya: Great European Masters

    Art in Madrid and Paris

    Catalan Modernismo and the Spanish Avant Garde

    Museums and Palaces: The Art and Architecture of Madrid

    Spanish Masters: Goya to Dalí

    The Architecture and Urbanism of Spain

    Modern Art in Latin America

    Modern Spanish Art: from Goya to Almodóvar

    Women in Art

    Islamic Art & Society

    High and Late Renaissance Art and Culture

    The Golden Age of Spanish Art

    Modern Art in Spain and France

    Realism and Impressionism

    Twentieth Century Art: Van Gogh & Warhol

    Art and Power in Renaissance and Baroque

    Manet to Dalí: Modernism & the Avant Garde

    Modern Spanish Masters: Goya to Dalí

    The Life and Work of Francisco Goya

    Van Gogh-Warhol: 20th Century Art in Europe & America

    Art in Madrid Museums

    Jewish and Muslim Art on the Iberian Peninsula

    Roman Art

    Modern Art in Latin America

    Research Methods in Art History

    Art History Internship

    20th Century Art: Van Gogh-Warhol

    Dalí-Warhol: Twentieth Century European and American Art

    To complete the History program, you will also need to complete the Arts and Science Core curriculum, which includes courses in: 

    Foundations of Discourse

    Cultural Diversity and the European Union

    Modern & Classical Language 

    Fine & Performing Arts




    World History



    Social Science
  • Salidas

    Through close examination of prominent periods and creators, art history students develop the skills—critical analysis, research and communication—necessary for success in careers in the arts and other professional fields.
  • Convocatorias

    Inicio: Septiembre
  • Lugares



A distancia / Online.
200 horas.
Todo el año
199 €/curso


A distancia / Online.
200 horas.
Todo el año
(3.150 € - 400 € descuento especial)
2.750 €/curso
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