Program Overview

Our Museum Management program prepares students for graduate programs in museum or arts administration, careers in archives, private galleries, or auction houses, and museum work ranging from exhibition design to education. Students enrolled in the program forge connections through hands-on internships at local museums, including the nationally accredited Meadows Museum of Art on our campus. A student may substitute up to four hours of Independent Study in any department, subject to the approval of the Museum Management advisor, for research and work on some aspect of museum studies or collections management.

See Meadows Museum student intern take you on an inside look at the recent Meadows Holiday Market!

 

 

Requirements

A student may major in any area and take the following courses:

  • ART 201: Issues in Public Art and Architecture
  • ART 306S: Modern and Contemporary Art
  • COMM 216: Introduction to Professional Communication
  • The combined equivalent of two years of study in foreign language(s).
  • BUS 321W: Principles of Management
  • MUSM 400: Museum Internship (an internship with the Meadows Museum or relevant collection)
Total: 7 courses – 24 hours minimum

 

Contact Info

Lisa Nicoletti

Professor of Art History & Visual Studies