Museum Studies (Certificate NDP)
The Museum Studies (Certificate NDP) at University of Arizona is designed to enhance existing graduate degree programs for those students seeking scholarly expertise and practical experience in the field of museum studies.
|Full-time Duration:||6 months|
|Starting in:||August, January|
|Tuition Fee:||$10,063 per semester|
|Location:||Tucson, United States|
The theoretical and scholarly orientation of the curriculum for the MSCP is balanced with archival and curatorial practice through internships at the Center of Creative Photography, the University of Arizona Museum of Art, the Arizona State Museum, and other relevant cultural institutions in the region.
The internship must include a significant scholarly component that links the practical work with the academic requirements for the certificate. Students of the Museum Studies (Certificate NDP) at University of Arizona are required to write a short paper (2-3 pages) at the conclusion of each internship experience before a grade is assigned. The paper should include: a summary of work accomplished; what the student learned; how the experience will assist the student in their future career in museums.
- 12 credit hours of coursework, as approved by the Museum Studies Certificate Advisor
- 6 credit hours of internship in a museum or gallery
“Choosing the Master’s program for Physiological Sciences at the University of Arizona was one of the best decisions I could have made in my education. Our department is warm and collaborative, offering an array of research topics and techniques underneath a vast and integrative umbrella of physiology. Beyond my research experience, I was presented with teaching opportunities, which I feel honed my skill of scientific communication. Having the dynamic research/teaching/class schedule not only kept me active but helped me reinforce material in multiple contexts. Overall, this program was exactly what I wanted in my segway into the medical sciences… and with my teaching assistantship paying for my tuition, how could I say no?”
Andrew Wojtanowski // MS 2016