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Our specialty has two UGPDs, one for Art History and one for Communication Studies. ... 3 credits in Art History at the 200 level. 12 credits in Art History at the 300 level or ...
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Workmanship History & Communication Studies Undergraduate Orientation Session Fall 2010

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Agenda 1. About the Department 2. Workforce Requirements 3. Programs Offered 4. McGill Policies 5. Assets & Opportunities 6. Vital Information

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About the Department

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AHCS I Faculty Requirements I Programs I Policies I Resources & Opportunities I Important Information About this office Merged in 2000 from Department of Art History and Graduate Program in Communication to Art History and Communication Studies Allowing for freedom of both projects which grants understudies to profit by instructing and research of Faculty from both units Introduced the Minor in Communication Studies in the Fall 2006. This system won\'t venture into a Major in Communication Studies.

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AHCS I Faculty Requirements I Programs I Policies I Resources & Opportunities I Important Information One regulatory unit - office staff, assets Departmental Chair Dr. Will Straw william.straw@mcgill.ca Undergraduate AH Program Director Dr. Cecily Hilsdale Ahadvisor.ahcs@mcgill.ca

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AHCS I Faculty Requirements I Programs I Policies I Resources & Opportunities I Important Information One managerial unit - office staff, assets Undergraduate CS Program Director Dr. Becky Lentz CSAdvisor.ahcs@mcgill.ca Senior Admin/Student Affairs Officer Maria Gabriel maria.gabriel@mcgill.ca

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AHCS I Faculty Requirements I Programs I Policies I Resources & Opportunities I Important Information Main Office - Administrative Staff (Arts W-225) Administrative Assistant (Acting) Administrative Coordinator (Assistant to Maria Gabriel) Graduate Coordinator Departmental Secretary Visual Resource Coordinator Jennifer Marleau jennifer.marleau@mcgill.ca Susana Machado susana.machado@mcgill.ca Maureen Coote maureen.coote@mcgill.ca TBA Matt Dupuis matthew.dupuis@mcgill.ca

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AHCS I Faculty Requirements I Programs I Policies I Resources & Opportunities I Important Information Role of the UG Program Directors Our area of expertise has two UGPDs, one for Art History and one for Communication Studies. Endless supply of Maria Gabriel, SAO the UGPDs will meet with you amid their include/drop and general available time – a PINK referral slips is required Their essential center is on scholarly trustworthiness, study arranging, graduate school arrangement and profession arranging.

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AHCS I Faculty Requirements I Programs I Policies I Resources & Opportunities I Important Information Role of the Student Affairs Officer FIRST STOP SHOP Advises understudies with course choice, program targets, the principles and controls identified with our unit and gives general departmental data Verifies understudies\' records and qualification for graduation Provides data in regards to understudy administrations and assets accessible Provides license abrogates when required Advises understudies in regards to Museum Internships, ARIA, CREPUQ, Study Away and Exchange Programs Inform understudies of forthcoming occasions including grant open doors Oversees Orientation, Open House, Freshman Fair, Internship Sessions and Degree Planning Sessions Holds Regular Office hours by arrangement ONLY and Drop Ins on a week after week premise

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AHCS I Faculty Requirements I Programs I Policies I Resources & Opportunities I Important Information Role of the Faculty Advisor Your Faculty Advisor\'s name will show up on your transcript. The Faculty Advisors are situated in Dawson Hall. They are specialists in the principles, controls, and prerequisites relating to particular degree programs identified with our Faculty. Give direction on system choice, course enlistment, credit burden, and due dates Offer assistance overseeing scholarly circumstances amid times of individual, monetary, or restorative issues, by working with understudies to distinguish different potential outcomes and methodologies for settling on educated choices.

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Faculty Requirements

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AHCS I Faculty Requirements I Programs I Policies I Resources & Opportunities I Important Information Faculty Degree Requirements Consult the Undergraduate Calendar http://www.mcgill.ca/understudies/courses/schedules/ Consult the Arts OASIS site for Faculty tenets and controls at http://www.mcgill.ca/desert garden/and for General Degree Requirements please allude to http://www.mcgill.ca/desert spring/ba/To be qualified to graduate, you MUST meet the accompanying prerequisites: The Freshman Requirements (if relevant) The Multi-Track framework (3 choices) Complete your base credit necessity Complete your project necessities MUST finish tastefully at least 60 credits at McGill University (note: no less than 2/3 of all project 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

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AHCS I Faculty Requirements I Programs I Policies I Resources & Opportunities I Important Information S/U Option S/U remains for Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory One elective course for every term might be taken under this alternative 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 system necessities Grade transformation : Satisfactory (S) – Grades A through C Unsatisfactory (U) – Grades D and F Courses under S/U will be avoided from the GPA computation

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AHCS I Faculty Requirements I Programs I Policies I Resources & Opportunities I Important Information Multi Track System Three choices to browse Option A (Major/Minor), Options B (Major, Major), Option C (Major twofold Minor) Within choices An and B ALL focuses must be in various scholastic units – inside Option C one of the Minor Concentrations might be in the same unit as the Major Concentration. Choice C applies to understudies who pick a Major in Art History and Minor in Communication Studies

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Programs Offered

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AHCS I Faculty Requirements I Programs I Policies I Resources & Opportunities I Important Information What programs do we offer? Craftsmanship 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)

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AHCS I Faculty Requirements I Programs I Policies I Resources & Opportunities I Important Information Minor in Art History There are no pre-University prerequisites for this project. The Minor in Art History is expandable and comprises of at least 18 credits. Required course (3 credits) ARTH 305 Methods in Art History 01 (essentials: one 200 level course in Art History or Permission of the Instructor) Complementary courses (15 credits) 3 credits in Art History at the 200 level 12 credits in Art History at the 300 level or above chose in meeting with the departmental guide incorporating 3 credits in Communication Studies is allowed

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AHCS I Faculty Requirements I Programs I Policies I Resources & Opportunities I Important Information Major in Art History There are no pre-University necessities for this project. The Minor in Art History comprises of 36 credits. Required course (3 credits) ARTH 305 Methods in Art History 01 (essentials: one 200 level course in Art History or Permission of the Instructor) Complementary courses (15 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 handle NOTE: Possible to take max. 6 credits in Communication Studies, tallied towards corresponding courses.

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AHCS I Faculty Requirements I Programs I Policies I Resources & Opportunities I Important Information Honors in Art History There are no pre-University necessities for this system. The Honors Program in Art History comprises of 60 credits. Required course (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 an outside dialect or in courses in maybe a couple related orders (counsel with the Honors consultant) Honors understudies must keep up a GPA of 3.30 in their system courses and at least CGPA of 3.00 all in all. Respects understudies must finish a minor focus (18 credits) in another acadmic unit. NOTE: Possible to take max. 6 credits in Communication Studies, checked towards correlative courses.

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AHCS I Faculty Requirements I Programs I Policies I Resources & Opportunities I Important Information Joint Honors in Art History There are no pre-University necessities for this project. The Joint Honors Program in Art History comprises of 36 cr. Required course (9 credits) ARTH 305 – Methods in Art History ARTH 400 – Selected Methods in Art History ARTH 401 – Honors Research Paper Complementary courses (27 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 system courses and at least CGPA of 3.00 as a rule. NOTE: Possible to take max. 6 credits in Communication Studies, numbered towards corresponding courses.

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AHCS I Faculty Requirements I Programs I Policies I Resources & Opportunities I Important Information Honors Program - Application Requirements No pre-college necessities Students are urged to apply for this project after their first year of st

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