The graduate/professional certificate in the transdisciplinary study of visual cultures is intended for master's-degree-level studennts (i.e., M.A. and MFA candidates) from across the university who desire transdisciplinary training in the study of visual cultures. The certificate is awarded upon successful completion of 9 graduate-level credits in a combination of required and elective coursework, with a GPA of 3.0 (4.0 basis). Required coursework consists of ART HIST/​AFROAMER  801 Historiography, Theory and Methods in Visual Culture; ART HIST/​AFROAMER  802 Visual Cultures: Topics in Visual Cultures; and Independent Study in Visual Cultures. Elective coursework consists of at least one 3-credit course to be selected, in consultation with a program faculty advisor, from a wide range of crosslisted and “meets with” courses offered by program faculty in numerous programs and departments. For a listing of courses and more information, please visit the program website or office.

Faculty: A list of participating faculty may be found on the program website.