Our curriculum is challenging, highly interdisciplinary and designed to give students a solid grounding in all areas of professional museum practice, while allowing for deep focus on the student’s area of interest.

All graduate students complete at least 60 credit hours of coursework in their two years of study with the Program. These are divided into

  • Core Courses, which everyone in the program must take
  • Museology Courses from which students may choose classes to satisfy requirements in: communication and public engagement, leadership and administration, caring for collections and research methods
  • Interdisciplinary Courses from departments across the university
  • Internships

Students must complete the minimum number of credits in each cluster, but may choose to take as many additional courses in each cluster as they desire. Click here for a complete list of graduation requirements.