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Academic Programs - School of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Gallery Management
Associate in Science
HEGIS #5610
Chairperson: Dorothy H. Reynolds
Brahan Hall, Room 124, (518) 629-7347

This program has been deactivated effective Fall 2013 and as such,
applications are no longer being accepted.

The Gallery Management program provides an introduction to the principles, theories and practices of gallery management, exhibition development and artist relations.

Courses in art history, accounting, studio art and liberal arts combine with practical studies centered on the college’s Teaching Gallery and visiting artists program.

A capstone internship at a regional museum or gallery provides further experience and contacts with professionals in the field.

Successful graduates earn an Associate of Science degree and are prepared to transfer to baccalaureate programs in Gallery Management, Arts Management Museum Studies or Art History. Transfer agreements are in place with Franklin Pierce College in New Hampshire and Long Island University, CW Post Campus.

PROGRAM ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS

Courses

Notes

High School Average

Math I and II or 2 units of equivalent academic math, and 1 unit of any lab science (70 or above in each course)

Strongly recommend Math III, Biology, Chemistry and Physics. High School art courses recommended.

70 or above

 

MAJOR REQUIREMENTS*    

Course No.

Title

Credit Hrs.

FORM 102 College Forum (1)
________ ACTG 100 Applied Accounitng or 3
MKTG 216 Small Business Management
ARTS 100 Survey of Art History I 3
ARTS 101 Survey of Art History II 3
ARTS 102 Modern Art History 3
________ ARTS 110 Drawing I or 3
ARTS 130 Photography I
ARTS 115 Two-Dimensional Design 3
ARTS 150 Introduction to Gallery Management 3
ARTS 151 Gallery Practicum I 3
ARTS 152 Gallery Practicum II 3
ARTS 153 Internship in Arts Management 3
ENGL 101 English Composition I 3
________ ENGL 102 English Composition II or 3
ENGL 104 English Composition II: Writing About Literature
HIST 100 Western Civilization I 3
HIST 101 Western Civilization II 3
________ MATH 130 Mathematical Structures I or 3-4
  MATH 150 College Algebra withTrigonometry  
________ Social Science Electives 6
________ Lab Science Elective 3-4
________ (1) Language Electives 6
________ Physical Education Electives 2
  Total Credits Required 62-64

*or specific course equivalents as approved by the department chairperson.

(1) Excluding American Sign Language courses ASLN 100, ASLN 101 and ASLN 900.

SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE FOR FULL-TIME STUDY
FIRST TERM    
FORM 102 College Forum * (1)
ARTS 100 Survey of Art History I 3
ARTS 115 Two-Dimensional Design 3
ARTS 150 Introduction to Gallery Management 3
ENGL 101 English Composition I 3
________ MATH 130 Mathematical Structures I or 3-4
  MATH 150 College Algebra with Trigonometry  
  Term Total 16-17
SECOND TERM    
ARTS 101 Survey of Art History II 3
ARTS 151 Gallery Practicum I 3
________ ENGL 102 English Composition II or 3
ENGL 104 English Composition II: Writing About Literature
________ Language Elective 3
________ Lab Science Elective 3-4
________ Physical Education Elective 1
  Term Total 16-17
THIRD TERM    
________ ACTG 100 Applied Accounitng or 3
MKTG 216 Small Business Management
________ ARTS 110 Drawing I or 3
ARTS 130 Photography I
ARTS 152 Gallery Practicum II 3
HIST 100 Western Civilization I 3
________ Social Science Elective 3
  Term Total 15
FOURTH TERM    
ARTS 102 Modern Art History 3
ARTS 153 Internship in Arts Management 3
HIST 101 Western Civilization II 3
________ Language Elective 3
________ Physical Education Elective 1
________ Social Science Elective 3
  Term Total 16

*Required of first time, full-time students.