The "Bachelor in History of Art and Archaeology: General" effectively prepares students for entry into a Master's degree programme so that they can "become critical cultural players and active citizens who have an awareness of the world's socio-cultural issues and are able to involve themselves in the major challenges and issues of today's multicultural society".
By the end of their Bachelor's degree course in History of Art and Archaeology: General, graduates will have acquired a number of different academic skills, including the ability to research precise, targeted information, analyse visual, audio and written documents or works, think critically, understand and forge links between diverse and complex subjects, and write up various academic reports and other work. They will also have a broad understanding of the main frameworks of the history of Western art, from antiquity to the present day, and a certain ability to handle corpora of archaeology-related information. Moreover, they will have acquired a knowledge of the basic theory and methodology required to understand the fields of history of art and archaeology.
These outcomes will allow them to progress to a Master's programme in History of Art and Archaeology: General, with a view to focusing on one of the specialist areas offered at Master's level and acquiring professional and targeted academic skills that can be transferred to the employment market. This Bachelor's degree will also allow graduates to move towards other, related fields with the appropriate minor subject or additional studies (for instance, a Master's in History of Art and Archaeology: Musicology, a Master's in History, a Master's in Theatre Studies, etc.).
On successful completion of this programme, each student is able to :