The Graduate Certificate in Museum Studies program is currently not accepting new applications.
The Graduate Certificate in Museum Studies is an 18-credit program intended to prepare students for professional employment in museums and historic sites. The program offers graduate-level courses appropriate for those interested in museum careers. It is designed to give a broad overview of museum history as well as a solid grounding in museological theory and practice.
This certificate program is open to both degree and non-degree seeking students. Two core courses (ARH 5850 & ARH 5851) and an internship are program requirements. Internships for 6 credits may be completed at approved institutions.
Students are encouraged to pursue a variety of courses of study to address diverse museum situations. On occasion, the Department Chair may permit students to include courses from associated departments: History, Environmental Science, Biology, Architecture, and Anthropology.
For a complete list of graduate courses and programs offered by the Department of Art + Art History: Graduate Art + Art History Course Catalog 21-22