We welcome transfer students into the Art Conservation Major, but it is advisable to contact us (Brain Baade at email@example.com or Debra Norris at firstname.lastname@example.org) in your early stages of planning because the Department cannot guarantee that you will graduate in less than two years if you have not started your chemistry courses. We follow the College recommendation of a minimum GPA requirement of at least 2.0, but keep in mind to be competitive for the graduate programs a high GPA is necessary.
Internal UD transfers can make a change in their majors and minors via UDSIS.
For those students coming from another institution it is your responsibility to find equivalencies for transfer credits from your previous institutions. This may entail going to the specific department and showing your syllabus and coursework (or at a minimum a catalog course description) so they can determine how the course would be ranked in our system. It is a good idea to start early and not wait until senior check out. The University Transfer Center has basic guidance, but the legwork is up to you. If you are lucky enough to have taken a course that someone has already transferred from the previous institution, then it is already in the system and transfer is simple and almost automatic. So check first to see if the Transfer Center already has the course in the system.
If you already have an undergraduate degree and would like to take our courses you can apply though admissions for another BA degree or you can take our courses as a continuing education student.