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Shi Kin Tan (UD ’22) and Anne Clark (X’24) treat ceramic objects in a conservation treatment course. (Image: Madeline Hagerman, University of Delaware)
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Alumna Karissa Muratore (UD 2016 and WUDPAC 2020) constructs a basket during an undergraduate class.
We welcome transfer students into the Art Conservation Major! Be sure to contact the Undergraduate Art Conservation Program Director in the early stages of planning to be sure you are on track. If you have not started chemistry prior to transferring it is unlikely that you will graduate in less than two years without taking summer and winter session courses each year.
Students transferring from another institution are responsibility for finding equivalencies for transfer credits. If credits do not automatically transfer, students must appeal to each department, showing the syllabus and coursework. Departments then determine how the course would be ranked in the UD system. More information about the process and departmental contacts is available on the Registrar's website.
If you have taken a course that someone has already transferred from your previous institution, then it may already be in the system. In this case, a transfer is simple and almost automatic. Always check first to see if the Transfer Center already has the course in the system UD system.
If you took a course more than seven years ago, it will initially transfer as an elective. Reach out to your previous institution for a syllabus from the year that you took it.
For detailed transfer credit issues, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Art Conservation Major in UD Catalog