BMUA - Museum Administration
Program effective Spring 2023.
The Museum Administration graduate program is designed for students seeking employment in museums, historical societies, and similar institutions. Students will be
prepared to work in museum jobs such as digital exhibition, preservation, curation, cataloging, project management, and education from the Public History concentration. Students will add subject matter knowledge of leadership, management, marketing, fund-raising, strategic planning, budgeting, and grant writing. The program will prepare graduates to compete for administrative and leadership positions in the museum field. The internship will entail an immersive experience and a capstone project of significant professional value.
Program Specific Admission Requirements
A minimum of an awarded bachelor's degree from an accredited undergraduate institution;
A score of 550 or higher on the TOEFL (or equivalent on the computer-based version) for students whose primary language is not English;
Personal statement outlining career objectives, suitability for graduate study, on-line study, and reasons for undertaking graduate work;
Résumé or curriculum vitae