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Internship and Professional Development Courses (2013-14)

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Course #Course TitleCredits
EX 405 Exhibition Development Seminar 3 credits
In this final semester of a two-semester seminar students will install the spring exhibition previously planned by the class in fall semester. Additionally, students will implement all educational, community outreach and public programs. Prerequisite: Fall - Exhibition Development Seminar, Part I (AH 405) Note: EX 405 is a studio elective in your major.

Prerequisite: Enrollment in AH 405 during the fall semester

INT 402 Internship 1.5-6 credits
Internships are required for Photography and Video & Film Arts majors and Curatorial Studies concentrators. However, many departments recommend internships. To complete an internship for credit through the Career Development Office, students must submit a learning contract by the add/drop deadline for the semester he/she is receiving credit. The Career Development Office does not place students in internships; however, they can assist in securing an internship. Please contact the Career Development Office for more information. Students must submit a learning contract. See the Career Development Office for more information.
PD 455 Prof. Pract. for Visual Artist 3 credits
3 credits. Staff. Offered Fall, Spring. This course focuses on career preparation and development for visual artists. It presents a wide variety of professional tools and business skills including subjects such as goal setting; professional ethics; portfolio basics and imaging strategies; writing cover letters, statements, and proposals; exhibitions in galleries, museums, and alternative spaces; self initiated projects and exhibitions; networking and public relations; applying for grants and residencies; applying for internships, jobs, and graduate schools; and locating helpful resources. The course includes and requires weekly lectures, practical exercises, guest speakers, field trips, studio visits and attendance at Career Development Workshops.