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A: A degree in History & Philosophy of Art enables you to explore the history, meaning and nature of the visual arts, [ while also providing the skills to equip you for a career in the arts industries or beyond. [ Teaching and assessment The History & Philosophy of Art section emphasises a close working relationship with students. All modules include weekly lectures and small group seminars, but a
distinctive feature of History & Philosophy of Art at Kent is that many modules involve visits to London museums, and other out-of-classroom teaching venues. Helping students to acquire independence of thought and the skills of independent study are at the heart of our teaching aims. All modules provided by History & Philosophy of Art are assessed solely by coursework such as essays, presentations, image or text analyses and other module-related activities. This helps you develop in-depth knowledge of topics within modules that are most interesting and relevant to your study, and to acquire a wide range of generic and transferable skills. Careers Through your study, you gain key transferable skills considered essential by graduate employers. These include excellent communication skills, the ability to work independently, the ability to analyse and summarise complex material and present your findings with clarity and flair. Recent graduates have gone into careers such as arts administration, galleries and museums, journalism, advertising, teaching, image libraries, curating, and working in the art market. ]
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Weegy: A degree in History & Philosophy of Art enables you to explore the history, meaning and nature of the visual arts, [ while also providing the skills to equip you for a career in the arts industries or beyond. [ Teaching and assessment The History & Philosophy of Art section emphasises a close working relationship with students. All modules include weekly lectures and small group seminars, but a distinctive feature of History & Philosophy of Art at Kent is that many modules involve visits to London museums, and other out-of-classroom teaching venues. Helping students to acquire independence of thought and the skills of independent study are at the heart of our teaching aims. All modules provided by History & Philosophy of Art are assessed solely by coursework such as essays, presentations, image or text analyses and other module-related activities. This helps you develop in-depth knowledge of topics within modules that are most interesting and relevant to your study, and to acquire a wide range of generic and transferable skills. Careers Through your study, you gain key transferable skills considered essential by graduate employers. These include excellent communication skills, the ability to work independently, the ability to analyse and summarise complex material and present your findings with clarity and flair. Recent graduates have gone into careers such as arts administration, galleries and museums, journalism, advertising, teaching, image libraries, curating, and working in the art market. ]
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