Graduate Certificate in Museum Studies
The graduate certificate in museum studies is intended primarily for international museum professionals who wish to study museum administration, collections management, or exhibition development in the United States. The certificate program also is available to U.S. students who hold at least a master’s degree in an appropriate subject.
Specific admission requirements are shown on the Graduate Program Finder.
Visit the program website for additional information.
The following requirements must be fulfilled: 18 credits, including 12 credits in elective courses and a 6-credit internship.
|12 credits from the following|
|MSTD 6101||Museum Management|
|MSTD 6102||Nonprofit Fiscal Management|
|MSTD 6103||Leading Change|
|MSTD 6104||Managing People and Projects|
|MSTD 6201||Introduction to Museum Collections|
|MSTD 6202||Museum Collections Management|
|MSTD 6203||Preventive Conservation Concepts|
|MSTD 6204||Preventive Conservation Techniques|
|MSTD 6301||Museum Exhibitions: Curatorial Research|
|MSTD 6302||Museum Exhibition Design|
|MSTD 6303||Advanced Exhibition Design|
|MSTD 6304||Museum Exhibition Development|
|MSTD 6305||Visitor Perspectives: Museum Evaluation in Exhibitions|
|MSTD 6701||Museum History and Theory|
|MSTD 6702||Museums and the Public: Exhibiting Culture|
|MSTD 6710||Museums and Technology|
|MSTD 6501||Museum Internship (taken for 6 credits)|