Master of Arts in the Field of Exhibition Design

The following requirements must be fulfilled:

The general requirements stated under Columbian College of Arts and Sciences, Graduate Programs.

48 credits. A recommended sequence of courses is outlined below; the sequence will vary for part-time students.

Required
CAH 6030History of Architecture and Interior Design
CEX 6010Core Studio: Introduction to Exhibition Planning and Design
CEX 6020Core Studio: Advanced Exhibition Design and Planning: Museum Environments
CEX 6050Advanced 3D Modeling and Rendering: Vectorworks
or CID 6050 Interior Design Digital Applications I
or CID 6060 Interior Design Digital Applications II
or CID 7060 Interior Design Digital Applications III
CEX 6100Lighting Exhibitions
CEX 6110Materials, Finishes and Methods for Exhibition Design
CEX 6120Core Studio: Advanced Tools and Methods of Visual Representation
CEX 7010Exhibition Design Studio III: Visual Storytelling
CEX 7100Museum Management and Operations
CEX 7120Construction and Detailing for Exhibition Design
CEX 7200Curatorial Studies for Exhibition Designers
CEX 7220Conservation and Art Handling: The Art of Exhibition Mount Making
CEX 7800Exhibition Design Capstone/Thesis Part 1
CEX 7900Exhibition Design Capstone/Thesis Part 2
Electives
Six credits from the following:
Any CAH 6000- or 7000-level course
CAH 6800Directed Studies: Art History
CAH 6900Internship: Art History
CEX 6800Independent Study: Exhibition Design
CEX 6900Exhibition Design Internship