Curatorial Studies


Certificate
18 credit hours

Leigh Gerdine College of Fine Arts/Department of Art, Design, and Art History

The Curatorial Studies certificate introduces students to the theory and practice to curate art. This certificate will provide the initial stage of preparation for further study at the graduate level. In addition to all the requirements for a BA in Art or those of a BFA with studio emphasis, art majors can attain the Curatorial Studies certificate by successfully completing the following courses.

For information on general requirements for the certificate, see Certificate Program Policies and Procedures.

Course Requirements

  • ARHS 2700 Introduction to Curatorial Studies (3 hours)
  • ARHS 4700 Cultural Organizations: Structure and Theory (3 hours)
  • ART 4800 Apprenticeships in Art (3 hours)
  • Curatorial studies journal (0 hours)

Choose three at least from the following:

  • ART 2212 Art, Business, and Visual Culture (3 hours)
  • MNGT 2100 Management Theory and Practice (3 hours)
  • PHIL 3120 Philosophy and Art (3 hours)
  • ARHS 4600 Topics in Art History (3 hours)
  • ARHS 4730 Art Theory and Criticism (3 hours)

 -Revised September 7, 2013-

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