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Dom??nguez Torres and undergraduate students visit the world-famous Selaron Stairs
(Escadaria Selar??n) in the Lapa neighborhood of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil during a
winter 2015 study abroad trip.
Domínguez Torres and undergraduate students visit the world-famous Selaron Stairs
(Escadaria Selarón) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil during a winter 2015 study abroad trip. (Photograph courtesy of Mónica
UD's art history students have ample opportunities to conduct independent research. All majors take at least one 400-level seminar designed to provide experience in research and writing in a specific field under the close guidance of a faculty member. For students who intend to continue on to a master's degree or a Ph.D. in art history, or in another academic area, seminar work is particularly valuable, both educationally and as professional experience.
Students are also encouraged to conceive and execute special projects under the guidance of a faculty member, using the resources offered by the University of Delaware's Special Collections and Museums, the Undergraduate Research Program, and the Institute for Global Studies.
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Art History majors may choose to obtain a Degree with
Distinction by completing a Senior Thesis with the supervision of a faculty
member. The Undergraduate Research Program
offers a variety of opportunities for students wishing to complete a thesis.
Scholars and McNair Scholars
programs are particularly helpful for launching thesis projects and proposals,
as they not only provide financial support to students, but also offer guidance
to those wishing to continue on to graduate school.
Students may also earn academic credit for independent
research projects that grow out of coursework, internships, a Summer Scholars program,
or study abroad experiences. Students who wish to engage
in independent study projects may, with the approval of a departmental faculty
member directing such study, sign up under ARTH366-xxx and ARTH466-xxx. The
specific section number depends on the faculty member directing the project.
For more information on Independent Study courses, contact your faculty advisor
or the Director of Undergraduate Studies.
for Global Studies offers a variety of study
abroad programs that provide direct access to art
collections and monuments around the world. IGS is also the campus administrator
of the Fulbright
Program, the United States flagship international education organization
that provides selected participants with the opportunity to study, teach, and
conduct research in other countries.