Asian Studies Certificate
Students participating in KCAI’s Asian Studies certificate program study the language, art, aesthetics and creative activities of China and Japan. They pursue an intensive study of East Asia through designated courses in language, art history, literature, history and philosophy, along with a studio component. Fifteen credit hours are required to attain the certificate for students currently pursuing the B.F.A. degree.
For more information about the Asian Studies Certificate, please contact Jan Kennedy, Ph.D, associate professor of art history, at 816-802-3372 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Social Practice Certificate
This 15-hour certificate for students currently pursuing a B.F.A. degree is designed to inspire and inform students whose practice is interdisciplinary and who are eager to engage in important world issues. The core courses for the certificate remain Collaborative Art Practices, The Artist’s Role in Society and an internship with a nonprofit organization.
For more information about the Social Practice Certificate, contact Julie Metzler, director of special programs, at 816-802-3357 or email@example.com.