First-level master's degree
The LUISS Master of Art is a one-year, first-level degree program that consists of 1500 contact hours divided between lectures, individual study, laboratory time and final project work. Students will be awarded 60 credit hours upon completion of the program.
The program offers a modern approach which aims to prepare students for successful careers in today’s art world in the fields of: exhibitions, artistic events, archiving, press offices, private and public collections, interactive museum guides, editing catalogs, and art law. Participants will also be in charge of curating an exhibition.
Some courses are taught in English.