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The art therapy minor at SUNY Plattsburgh offers students in art or psychology the competitive edge for acceptance in a master's level graduate program in art therapy.
Through a sequence of two specially developed courses, Introduction to Art Therapy and Art Therapy Practicum, you can gain the knowledge and hands-on experience graduate schools are looking for.
The art therapy minor is open to all students.
The courses for art students have a psychology emphasis (Art Therapy Minor for Art Majors and Art: Studio Minors); courses for students studying psychology have an art emphasis (Art Therapy Minor for Psychology Majors or Minors). This minor is also a great complement to many other majors and minors.
Introduction to Art Therapy (PSY326/ART325) is the prerequisite course for Art Therapy Practicum (PSY327). Students who are interested in declaring a minor in art therapy need to be mindful of when these courses are offered, as they follow a specific rotation. It is strongly recommended that students declare the minor no later than the first semester of the junior year in order to ensure availability of the two courses before graduation.
The course rotation through spring 2013 for the two key courses in the art therapy minor is as follows:
|2011||Fall||Art Therapy Practicum (PSY327)|
|2012||Spring||Introduction to Art Therapy (ART325/PSY326)|
|2012||Fall||Introduction to Art Therapy (ART325/PSY326)|
|2013||Spring||Art Therapy Practicum (PSY327)|
Though every attempt will be made to offer the courses in the above rotation, these are only projected course offerings and cannot be guaranteed.
If you would like more information about art therapy at SUNY Plattsburgh, please contact
Rick Mikkelson, Co-Coordinator
Professor of Art
Office: Myers Fine Arts 209
Phone: (518) 564-2464
Taher Zandi, Co-Coordinator
Distinguished Teaching Professor
Office: Sibley 227
Phone: (518) 564-3377