The Center for Arts in Medicine's certificate in arts in healthcare is open to all students and accepts applications throughout the year; there are no application deadlines.
The certificate recognizes practical competency and academic achievement in the use of the arts to enhance individual and community health and to impact healthcare environments. Students who complete the requirements for the certificate gain unique life experience and capabilities. This certificate, recognizing these special skills, can serve as a credential for developing career options and will encourage healthcare facilities to expand or to initiate arts programs.
To qualify for the arts in healthcare certificate, the student must attain a 3.0 average in all courses included in the certificate curriculum.
Requirements and Prerequisites: Completion of the certificate program requires a minimum intermediate-level competency in a primary artistic discipline as well as basic-level exploration of a secondary artistic discipline at an accredited university. The student must have completed at least one intermediate-level studio/technique course in the primary discipline and must take one basic-level course in a secondary discipline.
- HUM 2592 Introduction to the Arts in Healthcare Process (at UF) or
Introduction to Arts in Healthcare Summer Intensive (2 weeks, at a partner university, plus additional reading and research core), 3 credits
- Arts in Healthcare Summer Intensive at UF (2 weeks + online modules), 2 credits
- Introductory level studio/technique course in secondary discipline **, 2 credits
- HUM 3940L Arts in Healthcare Practicum 1: 80 hours
Introductory level in the practice of the arts in healthcare across at least two disciplines, 2 credits
- HUM 4941L Arts in Healthcare Practicum 2: 120 hours
Advanced practice of the arts in healthcare in one primary discipline and with clearly defined objectives, 3 credits
- Capstone: 20 clinical hours plus interviews, self-evaluation and faculty evaluation, 0 credits
** Secondary Discipline Courses at UF
School of Art and Art History
- ART 2305C Perceptual Drawing
- ART 2757C Ceramics: 3D Concepts
School of Theatre and Dance
- DAA 1000 Fundamentals of Dance Technique
- DAA 2104 Basic Modern Dance
- DAA 2204 Basic Ballet
- DAA 2331 West African Dance and Music
- DAA 2504 Basic Jazz
- TPP 2100 Acting for Non-Majors
School of Music
- MUN 1320 Women's Chorale
- MUN 1330 Men's Glee Club
Contact: John Kieslich, certificate coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or Jill Sonke, CAM director, at email@example.com.
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