About this Program
The Center for Arts in Medicine's certificate in visual arts in medicine is open to all students and accepts applications November 1 through April 30.
Students interested in obtaining this certificate should apply to the program by their junior year. Students from any major may apply to the program, but must complete at least 50% of certificate requirements after they have been accepted into the program.
The application process includes:
- Completion of the online application (students should email when they submit the application)
- Submission of a one-page personal statement and two letters of recommendation to the undergraduate certificate advisor
- An interview with the advisor and/or Center for Arts in Medicine director
To qualify for the certificate, students must attain a 3.0 average in all courses included in the certificate curriculum within six months of graduation.
|ARE 2045||Introduction to Teaching Art||3|
|HUM 2592||Introduction to the Arts in Medicine in a Global Context||3|
|HUM 3351||Visual Arts in Medicine||2|
|HUM 3940L||Arts in Medicine Practicum 1||2|
|ART/PGY/GRA 3/4000-level studio course||3|