The Museum Studies certificate program is designed to be an interdisciplinary introduction to theory and practice of museums, historic sties and other public collections. This certificate program is open to undergraduate students in any major, and will prepare you for higher-level pre-professional study in the field.
Does this sound like you?
- You relish the working in institutions that collect cultural objects, such as museums, historical sites, historical societies, libraries, archives, and corporations.
- You are interested in pursuing studies in arts management, library and information studies, or art history.
If so, museum studies might be the perfect fit for you.
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