Most students studying art history at Loyola University Maryland choose to spend a semester or year studying abroad. Recently students have attended programs in Paris, Rome, Florence, Bangkok, and Copenhagen. Study abroad enriches the students' understanding of the discipline as they directly encounter many of the world's most famous works of art, many still in their original settings.
Art History Major Colleen Grant ('11) standing in front of the Jesuit Mother Church of Il Gesu in Rome. Colleen studied at the Loyola in Rome program in spring, 2010.
Art History Major Eva Laverty-Wilson ('11) in front of the Ny Carlsberg Glypotek art museum in Copenhagen, Denmark. Eva was a student in Copenhagen in the spring of 2010 through Loyola's program at the Danish Institute for Study Abroad.