Campus Museum Studies Graduate Programs
Scotland has over 350 museums - a veritable treasure trove of inspiration, home to some of the most coveted art and artefacts in the world and an important part of the country’s culture and economy...
Combine research-focused study with professional on-the-job experience at one of Edinburgh’s flagship cultural institutions. This masters degree is delivered in partnership with leading arts, science and heritage organizations.
The Cooperstown Graduate Program, prepares students for careers in museums, historical societies, and related agencies.
A unique Master’s Degree in Museum Studies that trains students for positions in museums, cultural and heritage organizations.
Curriculum based on hands-on training, research, scholarship, and design. Practicum-based. Concurrent degree options.
Seton Hall University addresses the needs of tomorrow's museums by offering a cutting-edge graduate program to train aspiring and current museum professionals...
Bank Street offers two progressive museum education programs for those seeking to work with diverse museum visitors of all ages.
The Department of Museum Studies provides a wide array of coursework blending museum theory with practical experience gained in the laboratory and han...
Museum management, museum education, collection management, exhibition design, conservation, curatorship, archiving.
Aims of the course The MA is a unique course aimed at those working in, or hoping to work in, the world of arts development and management, museums,...
Conservation (Joint course with the V and A and ICSTM)History of Design (Joint course with the V and A)Visual Arts Administration: Curating and Commis...
This programme aims to provide an understanding of the theoretical and practical basis of heritage education and interpretation at a local, national a...
Socio-cultural anthropology and archaeology and linguistic anthropology are the major subfields represented.
The museum studies programmes offered by the Department are both widely recognised and highly regarded by museum professionals internationally.
The Masters of Art in Heritage Resources at Northwestern State University serves students from diverse undergraduate and professional backgrounds.
The museum and field studies graduate program offers flexibility around a core curriculum of courses and internship.
Students combine business skills with the tools of community building and a passion for the arts.