Brook Advanced Graduate Certificate Program in Art and Philosophy (ArtPHIL) is designed
to provide an interdisciplinary course of instruction for students already
enrolled (full-time) in a graduate degree-granting program (such as Art History
and Criticism, or Philosophy, or in a related discipline such as Comparative
Literature, Cultural Studies, Music, English, Theater, etc...).
To earn the Advanced Graduate Certificate in Art and Philosophy, Stony Brook graduate students must complete a minimum of fifteen graduate credits in courses approved for the Certificate Program.
For graduate students in Art and in Philosophy, nine of the fifteen credits must be earned outside the home program. Credits earned toward a graduate degree in another Stony Brook program or department may be applied toward the Advanced Graduate Certificate in Art and Philosophy.
Graduate students in Stony Brook programs other than the doctoral programs in Art and in Philosophy should consult with their home departments to determine whether credits earned for the Certificate can be applied to the masters or doctoral degree in the home department.
Prospective enrollees in the Art and Philosophy Advanced Graduate Certificate are advised that they must seek enrollment early in their graduate studies at Stony Brook and in any case prior to completing more than two of the required courses in the program.
Hugh J. Silverman, Program Director
Harriman Hall 203 | Stony Brook University | Stony Brook, NY 11794-3750 | Tel: (631) 632-7592 |firstname.lastname@example.org