Williams offers two outstanding master’s programs, one in art history and one in development economics.
The Graduate Program in the History of Art
A two-year masters program in conjunction with Williamstown’s Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, the Graduate Program in the History of Art offers exemplary preparation for careers in the academy, museums, and associated fields in the history of art.
The Center for Development Economics
A one-year masters program, the Center for Development Economics is designed for emerging leaders from developing economies who want to assume increasingly important roles in their home countries’ treasuries, central banks, and governments.