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Art History Careers

Expertise for Diverse Art History Careers

Lindenwood University’s online art history degree provides the expertise you need to help others learn about art history, plus the professional leadership skills required to operate art galleries, museums, and more.

When you graduate, you’ll be equipped for various in-demand art history careers, including historian and museum curator. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that the need for museum curators is growing as the field expands by 11% annually, creating hundreds of new art history careers each year.

Museum Curator


Museum curators work to obtain historical artifacts, documents, and works of art to display to the public in museums. They choose the items that will be exhibited, supervise museum staff members, and plan special events to promote current exhibits.



Historians research specific topics and/or historical periods and share their findings and ideas through publications and educational services. According to the BLS, the federal government is one of the largest employers of historians.

Career and salary information from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Additional art history careers Lindenwood graduates may qualify for:

  • Anthropologist
  • Museum archivist
  • Craft and fine artist
  • Teacher

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Program Outcomes: Art History Career Success

When you complete the online art history degree, you will be able to:

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Contact an enrollment counselor at 855-941-0568 to learn more about the career services that are available to you.

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