Many History of Art concentrators and minors spend their summers working as interns at museums and galleries, as well as any number of businesses less directly connected to the discipline of art history. Students who make proper arrangements in advance with a History of Art advisor may receive up to two credit hours in conjunction with their internships by enrolling in HISTART 299 ("Experiential Study"). These credits are graded "credit/no credit" on student transcripts, and they may not be used to satisfy academic requirements for either the concentration or the minor.
Note: All arrangements for enrollment in HISTART 299 must be made through a History of Art advisor before students begin their internships.
Intended for students to wish to receive credit for an internship or other experiential work under the direction of a member of the faculty.