Pre-Conservation in Fine Art

Carole Garmon, Program Director

The Pre-Conservation in Fine Art minor provides students with the necessary background coursework required for entrance into graduate programs in art conservation. The minor is open only to Art History, Studio Art and Chemistry majors. The major must have been declared before the student may declare this minor.

Art History Major — Requirements for the Pre-Conservation in Fine Art Minor

Twenty-eight (28) credits including Chemistry 111, 112, 211, and 212 (16 credits) and an additional 12 credits selected from ARTH 303, ARTH 450, ARTS 281, and ARTS 381.

Chemistry Major — Requirements for the Pre-Conservation in Fine Art Minor

Twenty-seven (27) credits including ARTH 115, ARTS 105, 120, 231, 242 and an additional 12 credits selected from any 300-level Art History (ARTH) courses.

Studio Art Major — Requirements for the Pre-Conservation in Fine Art Minor

Twenty-eight (28) credits including Chemistry 111, 112, 211, and 212 (16 credits) and an additional 12 credits selected from any 300-level Art History (ARTH) courses.