FAQs
How do I apply?
Students beginning their third semester may apply. Download and complete the application form and submit it along with most recent transcript to the coordinator’s mailbox (WLL Office: TB 4th floor)
Who can apply?
All full time undergraduate students in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences.
What happens after I apply?
There is no formal notification of acceptance. Students who meet the requirements are automatically accepted and must complete all required courses while maintaining the required GPA.
What happens if I miss the application deadline?
Students do not need to apply immediately upon starting the third semester. The program accepts continuous applications prior to the start of the senior (last) year.
Which Art History courses can I take?
Here are a list of the most commonly offered courses that count toward the Art History requirement. Not all courses are offered every semester. It is the student’s responsibility to ensure completion of the courses before graduation.
Art History Courses for Copywriting Certificate (HIST)
HIST 205 Introduction to the History of Art and Visual Culture
HIST 337/338:Byzantine Art & Architecture  (I & II)
HIST 345 Art and Archaeology of the Ancient Greek World
HIST 346 Art and Archaeology of the Ancient Roman World
HIST 351 Art and Architecture of the Islamic World I
HIST 353: Art and Architecture of the Middle Ages
HIST 351: Art and Architecture of the Islamic World
HIST 354 Renaissance, Baroque Art and Architecture
HIST 355 History of Modern Art and Architecture
HIST 454 The History of Art and Culture in Asia
FA courses in Art History (FA)
FA 49J.01 Introduction to the History of Art
FA 48R, SP.TP.Contemporary Art
I spent a semester/year abroad through Erasmus/Exchange. Will these courses count towards the certificate?  
The decision to accept transfer courses is made on a case by case basis. Please see the coordinator.
How do I get my certificate?
It is the student’s responsibility to notify the coordinator of intent to graduate at the beginning of the second semester of her/his senior year. Students should contact the coordinator at the beginning of the senior year to review transcript. If student completes all courses before graduation, the certificate will be given along with diploma.