The Bachelor of Arts in Museum Studies program is designed to give students applied museum experience that will support their career in cultural heritage management and care, while allowing to grow into their artistic pursuits. The program is offered for those considering work in arts or museum fields.
Two Tracks Offered
The program offers two tracks. One aims to prepare skilled museum administrators with a solid art-historical background; the other trains creative minds in art handling and exhibition design/preparation.
Graduates of this program will have hands-on experience with museum operations and collections as well as exposure to 21st century museum tools, best practices and standards by gathering practical experience with displaying, managing, researching and interpreting art objects in a museum setting.
Topics of Study
The courses in this program will present students with hands-on experience, which will prepare them for a career in collection care, record management, business operations, public relations, informal education, and communication and analytical research.
- Collection Management
- Art History
- Curatorial Practices
- Preparator Practices
- Museum Administration
- Financial Management for Nonprofit
- Exhibition Design
- Contemporary Art
- Art Theory