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Natalya Swanson (WUDPAC 2020) examines one of her second-year treatment objects, an animation cel featuring Porky Pig (Image credit Evan Krape, University of Delaware).
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The Department of Art Conservation
303 Old College
University of Delaware
Newark, DE 19716-2515
Voice: (302) 831-3489
Fax: (302) 831-4330
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Undergraduate Applicants should apply directly through the University's Admissions Office. Please see the undergraduate section of the website and if you have further questions, call (302) 831-8236.
*Note for Transferring Students: The department cannot guarantee that you will graduate in less than two years when transferring from another institution or from another major within the University of Delaware. Most transfer students will spend at least two to three years earning the bachelor's in art conservation, even with transfer credits approved from a previous institution.
Graduate Applicants need to apply on line through the Office of Graduate and Professional Education and complete the additional Art Conservation Department forms under Admission Requirements.
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