New Graduate Certificate in Museum Practice

The Graduate Certificate in Museum Practice is broadly designed to provide participants with critical knowledge and essential skills relating to different facets of museum operations. The certificate program unites history, theory, and practical learning in a curriculum that lays the groundwork for professional careers in museums and other cultural and heritage institutions. The program is available to students interested in complementing their discipline-based work in master’s or doctoral programs across the University, as well as emerging museum professionals and others who wish to pursue it as a free-standing credential.


Admission to this program is contingent on admission to the Graduate School. Applicants are required to submit a resumé and a personal statement. To be considered for regular admission, applicants holding either a bachelor’s or a graduate degree must have earned at least a 3.0 GPA in their undergraduate or graduate program; if currently enrolled in a graduate program, applicant must similarly have at least a 3.0 GPA.

Those interested in the graduate certificate are encourage to reach out to Dr. Andrew Maske, Director of the Grosscup Museum.

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New Graduate Certificate in Museum Practice 11/1/2022
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