Museum Studies Graduate Programs
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.
Bard Graduate Center is a graduate research institute in New York City. Our MA and PhD degree programs, gallery exhibitions, research initiatives, and publications explore new ways of thinking about decorative arts, design history, and material culture.
Museum management, museum education, collection management, exhibition design, conservation, curatorship, archiving.
The Department of Museum Studies provides a wide array of coursework blending museum theory with practical experience gained in the laboratory and han...
Bank Street offers two progressive museum education programs for those seeking to work with diverse museum visitors of all ages.
Seton Hall University addresses the needs of tomorrow's museums by offering a cutting-edge graduate program to train aspiring and current museum professionals...
Curriculum based on hands-on training, research, scholarship, and design. Practicum-based. Concurrent degree options.
The Certificate in Museum Studies is designed for students who are interested in pursuing careers in the museum world...
Socio-cultural anthropology and archaeology and linguistic anthropology are the major subfields represented.
The Department of Art History at the University of St. Thomas offers a Master of Arts degree in Art History, Graduate Certificate in Museum Studies, and a combined MA degree in Art History and Graduate Certificate in Museum Studies.
The museum and field studies graduate program offers flexibility around a core curriculum of courses and internship.
The Masters of Art in Heritage Resources at Northwestern State University serves students from diverse undergraduate and professional backgrounds.