This program is not accepting applications at this time.

The following requirements must be fulfilled:

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

48 credits, including 33 credits in required courses and 15 credits in elective courses.

CAH 6400History of Exhibitions
CEX 6010Exhibition Design Studio 1
CEX 6011Spatial Representation and Making I
CEX 6012Spatial Representation and Making II
CEX 6014Materials, Detailing, and Fabrication/Installation
CEX 6020Exhibition Design Studio 2
CEX 6030Exhibition Design Studio 3
CEX 6040Exhibition Design Studio 4
CEX 6100Lighting, Acoustics, and Design for the Senses
CEX 6220Exhibition Design Research
CEX 6230Art and Design Writing
15 credits (5 courses) taken as follows: *
One 3-credit open elective.
One 3-credit curatorial course including but not limited to the following:
CIXD 6011Narrative Media Design for Interaction
CMST 6301Museum Exhibition Curatorial Research and Planning
CMST 6304Exhibition Development and Scriptwriting
CMST 6703Museums and Community Engagement
CSA 6016Field and Research Methodologies for Artists
CSA 6097Topics in Public Strategies
One 3-credit tools/techniques course, which may be, but is not limited to, one of the following:
CIXD 6012Prototyping Interaction
CIXD 6111Creative Code
CIXD 6112Data Visualization and Sonification
CPJ 6050Advanced Multimedia Lab I
CPJ 6300Speed of Sound
CMST 6203Preventive Conservation Concepts
CMST 6204Preventive Conservation Techniques
CMST 6206Digitization and Digital Asset Management
CSA 6202Sculpture Digital Forms
CSA 6214Metals and Metalworking
CSA 6240Wear, Strut, Occupy
CSA 6241Installation Art
CSA 6601Special Topics: Time-Based and Electronic Media
CSA 6606Performative Media
CSA 6702Screenprinting
CSA 6901Special Topics in Cross-Disciplinary Studio Arts
CIAR 6150Sketching Architecture and Design
CIAR 6225Interior Materials and Color Theory
CIAR 6350Sustainability and the Built Environment
CIAR 6425Lighting and Acoustics
CIAR 6550Structures and Building Systems
One 3-credit arts/design business/management course, which may be, but is not limited to, one of the following:
CIXD 6021Design Leadership and Professional Practices
CMST 6101Museum Management
CMST 6102Museum Financial Management
CMST 6104Managing People and Projects
CMST 6105Museum Fundraising
CMST 6106Museum Marketing
One 3-credit history, theory, or criticism course, which may be, but is not limited to, one of the following:
CIXD 6020Topics in Human Centered Design
CMST 6107Museum Ethics and Values
CMST 6306Race, Gender, Sexuality, and the Museum
CMST 6403Museums and Technology
CMST 6404Museums and Social Media
CMST 6601Special Topics in Museum Studies
CSA 6015History and Theory of Art in the Public Realm
CSA 6091Contemporary Art and Theory for Artists I
Or any CAH course numbered 6000 or above.

*Students must meet with the advisor prior to elective selection.