3 quarters your first year and 3 quarters your second year with a summer break in between
Includes 44 credits for courses, 10 credits for thesis, & 6 credits for internship
In-person, on campus, cohort model that emphasizes immersive collaborative learning
We define museums broadly
We’re interested not just in art museums or natural history museums as some programs are, but rather in all kinds of museums – children’s museums, science centers, zoos and aquaria, and national parks, for example.
Museums can make the world a better place
The power of museums lies in the role they play in learning, wellbeing, community building, and social activism. We focus on these things specifically.
Museums are learning institutions
Museums are part of a much larger informal learning infrastructure, a community ecology that includes libraries, community-based organizations and more. We focus on transferrable skills across this ecology.