Like most FSU disciplines, the Art History major also requires an equipment fee of all undergraduate majors and graduate students, to support maintenance and upgrades of technology in labs, seminar rooms, library, and gallery. The Art History fee is $80 per semester.
Generous fellowships and grants are available through the Art History Department and the Graduate School at FSU.
All applicants to the Master’s program are automatically considered for research assistantships with full tuition waivers, on the basis of past record and future potential as professional art historians. Each recipient works ten hours per week for the department, either assisting a professor or working in the Art History Media Center, the department office, or the Museum of Fine Arts.
All doctoral students are supported with fellowships and full tuition waivers for a minimum of three years. Doctoral fellows work 10 hours per week for the department as teaching assistants. Applicants may also be nominated by the department for prestigious University fellowships offered each year to a select number of incoming graduate students with outstanding scholastic records. Please note that although our final application deadline is April 1, PhD applications must be received by January 1 to be eligible for University fellowships.
The following department fellowships are available for advanced doctoral students. Application information and forms are on the department Blackboard site. Contact the Director of Graduate Studies for more information. The FSU Graduate School also offers advanced doctoral fellowships to support dissertation research.
Art History doctoral students in good standing who are finished with all coursework are eligible for the following fellowships in London.
The Art History TA will be the instructor for the Art History London Spring Break program while teaching either ARH3056 or ARH3057 on FSU’s Main Campus. Duties will include assisting IP with student recruitment and supervising the students in London during the week of Spring Break.
The compensation package for the Spring Break Assistantship includes a departmental stipend for teaching the course in the spring, airfare, housing, CISI international insurance and all program related social/cultural events and entrance expenses.
The Art History TA will teach two classes, ARH2000 and ARH3057, on the FSU London campus during the spring semester. Duties will also include serving as lecturer for the Art History Spring Break Program.
The compensation package for the Spring Semester Assistantship includes a stipend for teaching the two semester courses and the week-long Spring Break Program course, airfare, housing, tuition waivers, CISI international insurance, visa assistance and all program related social/cultural events and entrance expenses.