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Certificate Program in Educuration

Purpose

The museum education and visitor-centered curation graduate certificate (EC) is the only certificate program in the country to combine museum education and curation with a visitor-centered approach. Students who participate in this unique certificate option will take required coursework in art/museum education and visitor-centered curation and then be able to customize their learning by selecting electives from a list of options. Ann Rowson Love, Assistant Professor of Arts Administration/MEX will administer the certificate option, which we would like to have in place for spring semester 2017 associated with the Museum Studies/Museology C.I.P. code 30.1401.

Application Procedure

Interested students may apply for the certificate in Museum Education and Visitor-Centered Exhibitions prior to completion of their second course or prior to starting the certificate. To apply, please see link below. Advising will follow, stating that the graduate certificate is not intended as a diploma or degree. Students should be enrolled in a graduate degree program or as a non-degree seeking graduate student. Graduate students must be in good academic standing with a GPA of 3.0 or higher. The program of studies approval will be completed by the Museum Education and Visitor-Centered Exhibitions program coordinator, Ann Rowson Love.

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Eligibility

The certificate program is open to interested graduate students in good academic standing with a GPA of 3.0 or higher.

Program of Studies

Student must complete 12 hours, including:

  • Either ARE 5258 Museum Education or ARE 5295 Art Museum Education[1]

and

  • ARE 5256 Visitor-Centered Exhibitions

Plus two electives from the following list:

  • ARE 5665 Leading the Arts Organization
  • ARE 5930 Visitor Studies
  • ARE 5245 Program Development
  • ARE 5253 Art and Community Engagement
  • ARE 5867 Grantwriting
  • ARE 5944 Internship (3 hours)
  • Any other course approved by the MEX advisor.

Students must receive grades of ‘B’ or better in classes for the MEX specialized study or ‘S’ in internship.

The other class may be taken as one of the electives.