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Complete at least 12 credits in Art History with a min. GPA 3.30 (B or ... ARTH 305 is an obliged course for all the Art History programs ...
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& Communication Studies Art History Undergraduate Orientation Session Fall 2007

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About this Department 2 fields of study and one shared home Merged in 2000 from Department of Art History to Art History and Communication Studies Separate projects offered by every unit One regulatory unit – office staff, assets, and so forth. AHCS Faculty Requirements Programs Policies Resources & Opportunities Important Information

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Who will be Who Departmental Chair Dr. Jonathan Sterne jonathan.sterne@mcgill.ca Undergraduate Program Directors Art History Dr. Lyle Massey lyle.massey@mcgill.ca Communication Studies Dr. Carrie Rentschler carrie.rentschler@mcgill.ca Students Affairs Officer/Advisor Maria Gabriel maria.gabriel@mcgill.ca Departmental Administrator Karin Bourgeois karin.bourgeois@mcgill.ca Departmental Secretary Susana Machado susana.machado@mcgill.ca Visual Resources Curator Matt Dupuis matthew.dupuis@mcgill.ca AHCS Faculty Requirements Programs Policies Resources & Opportunities Important Information

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Roles of UG Program Directors versus Student Advising Officer Undergraduate Program Director Advises amid the Add/Drop and customary available time for general understudy prompting Approves Host Institute for the Museum Internship Course Approves course equivalencies for CREPUQ, Study Away and Exchange Programs Assist with scholastic study arrangement, graduate school readiness and vocation arranging AHCS Faculty Requirements Programs Policies Resources & Opportunities Important Information

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Roles of UG Program Directors versus Student Advising Officer Student Advising Officer Advises understudy with system related issues and general departmental data Advises amid Add/drop and consistent available time in regards to course choice, program goals and necessities Verification of understudies\' records and qualification for graduation Provide data in regards to understudy administrations and assets accessible Enter license supersedes once affirmed by the counselor/educator Provide data in regards to the Museum Internship Course, CREPUQ, Study Away and Exchange Programs. Keep understudies educated of Upcoming Events and Important Deadlines Oversees the Orientation, Open house, Freshman Fair and Museum Internship Sessions – General enlistment AHCS Faculty Requirements Programs Policies Resources & Opportunities Important Information

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Faculty Degree Requirements Consult the Undergraduate Calendar (pp. 78) Consult the Students Affairs Office (SAO) site for Faculty rules and regulations: www.mcgill.ca/artscisao To be qualified to graduate, you MUST meet the accompanying necessities: The Freshman Requirements (if pertinent) The Multi-Track framework (3 choices) Complete your base credit prerequisite Complete your project necessities MUST finish attractively at least 60 credits at McGill University (note: no less than 2/3 of all system necessities must be finished at McGill) Obtain a base CGPA of 2.00 or more noteworthy Complete your degree inside your time and credit limit AHCS Faculty Requirements Programs Policies Resources & Opportunities Important Information

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What programs do we offer? Workmanship History Minor in Art History (18 credits) Major in Art History (36 credits) Honors Program in Art History (60 credits) Joint Honors Program (36 credits) Communication Studies Minor in Communication Studies (18 credits) AHCS Faculty Requirements Programs Policies Resources & Opportunities Important Information

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Minor in Art History Total Credits: 18 Distribution: Required Courses (6 credits) ARTH 305 – Methods in Art History Complementary Courses (12 credits) 200 level Art History course (max. 3 credits) 300-400 level Art History course (9-12 credits) (required min. of 1 x 400 level course) AHCS Faculty Requirements Programs Policies Resources & Opportunities Important Information

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Major in Art History Total Credits: 36 Distribution: Required Courses (3 credits) ARTH 305 – Methods in Art History Complementary Courses (33 credits) Max. 12 credits at 200 level Min. 3 credits at 400 level (with the exception of ARTH 490) Credits must be chosen from no less than six of the eight AH course fields AHCS Faculty Requirements Programs Policies Resources & Opportunities NOTE: Possible to take max. 3 credits in Communication Studies, checked towards reciprocal courses. Critical Information

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Honors Program in Art History Total Credits : 60 Distribution : Required Courses (9 credits) ARTH 305 – Methods in Art History ARTH 400 – Selected Methods in Art History ARTH 401 – Honors Research Paper Complementary Courses (51 credits) Max. 15 credits at 200-level Min. 6 credits at 400-level Credits must be chosen from no less than six of the eight AH course handle 6 credits in a remote dialect or in courses in maybe a couple related orders (counsel with the Honors counselor) Honors understudies must keep up a GPA of 3.30 in their system courses and at least CGPA of 3.00 as a rule. Respects understudies must finish a minor focus (18 credits) in another acadmic unit. NOTE: Possible to take max. 6 credits in Communication Studies, numbered towards complementary courses. AHCS Faculty Requirements Programs Policies Resources & Opportunities Important Information

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Joint Honors Program Total Credits : 36 Distribution : Required Courses (6 credits) ARTH 305 – Methods in Art History ARTH 400 – Selected Methods in Art History ARTH 401 – Honors Research Paper Complementary Courses (30 credits) Max. 9 credits at 200-level Min. 3 credits at 400-level Credits must be chosen from no less than six of the eight AH course handle Joint Honors understudies must keep up a GPA of 3.30 in their project courses and a min. CGPA of 3.00 as a rule NOTE: Possible to take max. 6 credits in Communication Studies, counted towards corresponding courses. AHCS Faculty Requirements Programs Policies Resources & Opportunities Important Information

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Honors Program – Application Requirements No pre-college prerequisites Students are urged to apply for this project after their first year of study Complete at least 12 credits in Art History with a min. GPA 3.30 (B+ or better) Must have a general CGPA of 3.00 (B or better) A composed solicitation must be sent to Maria Gabriel, Student Affairs Officer, for project endorsement AHCS Faculty Requirements Programs Policies Resources & Opportunities Important Information

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200 level courses and ARTH 305 ARTH 305 is a required course for all the Art History programs One 200 level course is required to enroll in ARTH 305 Students may get an authorization from the educator Space is constrained in our 200 level courses AHCS Faculty Requirements Programs Policies Resources & Opportunities Important Information

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400 level Art History Courses 400 level course(s) are required for Major, Honors and Joint Honors understudies. If you don\'t mind counsel with Maria Gabriel or visit the AHCS site. ARTH 400, 401 – required course and limited to Art History Honors Students ARTH 441 – Independent Study Course (3 credits) Students wishing to finish an Independent Study are required to locate a reasonable task and boss. In the event that your solicitation is endorsed this course will tally towards the 400 level project necessities. ARTH 490 – Museum Internship Course (3 credtis) Students wishing to finish the Museum Internship Course ought to orchestrate to meet with Maria Gabriel to audit the procedure and in addition Anne Turner from the Faculty of Arts Internship Office. This course does NOT satisfy 400 level project necessities; be that as it may, it will be checked towards the correlative course prerequisites. An Information Session will be hung on September – Date TBA 400 Complementary Course Options (3 credits) See Course Calendar for complete posting AHCS Faculty Requirements Programs Policies Resources & Opportunities Important Information

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Minor in Communication Studies Total Credits: 18 Distribution: Required Courses (3 credits) COMS 210 – Intro to Communication Studies Complementary Courses (15 credits) AHCS Faculty Requirements Programs Policies Resources & Opportunities Important Information

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S/U Option S/U remains for Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory One elective course for every term might be taken under this choice to a greatest of 10% of the credits taken at McGill to satisfy your degree The choice MUST be taken before the Add/Drop period Courses under S/U won\'t tally towards satisfying project necessities Grade change : Satisfactory (S) – Grades A through C Unsatisfactory (U) – Grades D and F Courses under S/U will be prohibited from the GPA computation AHCS Faculty Requirements Programs Policies Resources & Opportunities Important Information

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McGill E-mail Policy E-mail is one of the official method for correspondence between McGill University and its understudies It is your obligation to guarantee that you have actuated your email account, read your email messages and follow up on in a convenient manner. For more data, please visit www.mcgill.ca/email-strategy AHCS Faculty Requirements Programs Policies Resources & Opportunities Important Information

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Study Away/CREPUQ/Exchange Program Studying ceaselessly empowers you to create more extensive viewpoints on your fields of study. Concentrate Away Must be at present enrolled at McGill, must have a CGPA of 2.70 or more prominent, probably finished a min. of 12 McGill inhabitant reviewed credits at time of use. You may apply specifically to a licensed degree-giving college as a meeting (non-degree) understudy or by implication to a certify degree-allowing college through the administration of a delegate association or straightforwardly to an authorize degree-giving college to p