How to Declare
Anthony D. King Award
Certificate in Art History
The Certificate in Art History is the equivalent of a degree minor. Those declaring a minor must have completed a minimum of 60 credits of coursework, before they can declare.
Certificate Degree Requirements
The Certificate in Art History consists of 24 credit hours, distributed as follows:
|Lower level - two from 101, 102, 103 or 104||8|
|Intermediate level -- 200 and above; 12 course credits in total, no more than 4 credits at the 200 level and no more than 4 credits may be an Independent Study (ARTH 397)||12|
|Any 400-level seminar||4|
N.B. Two-credit courses may be counted towards the required credit hours.
Transfer credits toward the Certificate in Art History must be reviewed by the department. For the Certificate program, a maximum of 8 credits at the 100 and 200 levels will be accepted, with all other credits being completed through the department's course offerings. A P/F grade option may be elected for only one Art History course. This course may not include the 400-level seminar. Courses passed with grade of D do not fulfill requirements for the Certificate.