Texas Museum Studies Graduate Programs on-Campus & Grad Schools
Museum studies graduate programs help prepare students to pursue a variety of different career paths in the museum world. Common occupations for people who have earned a museum studies degree include curators, archivists and museum technicians. These professionals are responsible for managing, organizing and protecting collections of art and historical items. Learn more about local college campus graduate degrees in museum studies today!
We make it easy to find a Graduate School offering Museum Studies near you—or in areas across the globe. Filter by location to pick a city, state or country to find the right option for you. Earning a graduate degree in museum studies on campus can be a great way to make new friends and potential professional contacts in the field. Filter your campus search by degree for Masters Programs in Museum Studies or Ph.D. Doctorate Programs in Museum Studies. If you’re just starting out you may want to consider a Graduate Certificate in Museum Studies.
- Waco, TXWaco, TX
Baylor UniversityUpcoming Start Date: January 15, 2019
The Department of Museum Studies provides a wide array of coursework blending museum theory with practical experience gained in the laboratory and han...
- Lubbock, TXLubbock, TX
Texas Tech University
The program emphasizes thorough preparation in the broad spectrum of museum theory and practice.
- Austin, TXAustin, TX
University of Texas at Austin
The art museum education program at UT interconnects theory and practice in visual culture, material culture...
- Denton, TXDenton, TX
University of North Texas
The graduate Art Education program at the University of North Texas has a proven record of success by producing nearly half of the state's university-certified art educators. It also offers the state's only doctoral degree in Art Education.
- Denton, TX