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Judith Leyster, Self-Portrait, ca. 1630, National Gallery of Art, Washington. (Photograph courtesy National Gallery of Art, Washington)
Application forms and information on degree requirements may be requested from the
Graduate College or from:
Professor Margaret WerthDirector of Graduate StudiesDepartment of Art HistoryUniversity of DelawareNewark, DE email@example.com
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Information may also be requested via email from Linda J. Magner, Business Administrator, at:
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In order for your application to be considered for admission, please submit the following information: Application, TOEFL scores (required for international students), one Transcript from each college, three Letters of Recommendation from faculty, Personal Statement, Curriculum Vitae/Resume, and Writing Sample (a recent scholarly art history term paper). In addition, applicants must submit the Supplemental Forms available directly below.
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Please make sure all of your application materials are submitted no later than January 2 for admission the following September.
Though certainly not a requirement for admission, students who are applying to the Department are always welcome to visit the University campus and have an interview with members of the Department faculty.