This certificate is for students who are interested in pursuing a career in a museum studies, archival studies, library studies, or other related fields. The certificate is designed to teach students the basics about museum work and to provide insight into today’s museum world.
Program requirements (12 hours)
- ART 273(3) and MST 388(3) and MST 488(3); or MST 388(3) and any two of the following: MST 380(3), MST 381(3), MST 382(3).
- After the completion of at least two of the above three courses, students must complete MST 495(3). The internship is supervised by the Museum Studies Program Coordinator; however, if the student is also doing a Museum Studies minor, the internship is supervised by the respective track area advisor.
- All candidates must satisfy the General University Certificate Requirements.
The cross-listed courses ART/MST 388 and ART/MST 488 may not be double-counted between an Art History major and a Museum Studies minor and/or a Museum Studies Certificate. In the event that a student is both an Art History major and a Museum Studies minor and/or doing the Museum Studies Certificate, these two courses will count only for the Museum Studies minor and the Museum Studies Certificate and NOT also for the Art History major.
Attain a grade of C or better in all courses used to fulfill the certificate requirements.