Art History - Museum Studies Certificate

Student Learning Outcomes

  1. Demonstrate an ability to write for varied audiences and complete museum-related projects that span a wide range of themes and topics (for instance, education, curation, audience development, collections, technology, etc.)

  2. Demonstrate an ability to present results of internship experience(s) in an oral format and to have an awareness of the different approaches required by various presentation media and audiences.

  3. Demonstrate an understanding of the varied roles that museums play and communities museums serve.

  4. Demonstrate an ability to apply a variety of methodological approaches to the study of museums, including resources, bibliography, and both traditional and new approaches or theories.

  5. Demonstrate an ability to articulate the ethical dimension of the decisions relating to the study, display, discovery, and utilization of art, artifacts, objects and documents.