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Diploma Programs in Decorative Arts

A diploma is a program of study that is often similar to a bachelor’s degree. The difference is that a diploma usually does not include general courses, but rather only focuses on the area of study. It can take two to three years to complete a diploma program. What is a diploma in decorative arts? This type of program is often designed to educate students on the many areas associated with bo… Read more

A diploma is a program of study that is often similar to a bachelor’s degree. The difference is that a diploma usually does not include general courses, but rather only focuses on the area of study. It can take two to three years to complete a diploma program.

What is a diploma in decorative arts? This type of program is often designed to educate students on the many areas associated with both fine and decorative arts. Courses might look at cataloging art or art’s historical context. Each program can have different required classes, which could include history of architecture, introduction to ceramics, oriental rugs, Irish public sculptures, history of painting, history of silver, history of architecture, introduction to miniature painting and history of costume design. A diploma program may use lectures, group projects, class outings, papers and exams to impart knowledge.

A better understanding of decorative arts could open up more career opportunities in the art industry. This study can also be beneficial because of the collaboration often required for group projects, which can make you a better team player.

The cost of a diploma in decorative arts can be based on the area of art you want to study, the location of the school, the duration of the program and the course load per semester. The best way to get an estimate on tuition is to contact the school you want to attend.

You can use a diploma in decorative arts to start a career in art galleries or art auction houses. Some students use this diploma program as a launching point for more education. Common careers for students with this education include museum curator, painter, craft artist, animator, multimedia artist, auction house manager, conservator, wood and metal finisher, supply planner and fine jewelry cataloger.

Applying to a diploma program is easy. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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London School of Mosaic
London, United Kingdom

The diploma course is a one year option to cover the key elements of design and making mosaics for art students who want a broad knowledge of mosaic making, its history and po ... +

The diploma course is a one year option to cover the key elements of design and making mosaics for art students who want a broad knowledge of mosaic making, its history and potential. -
Diploma
Full-time
Part-time
English
Aug 2020
Campus

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