Interested in combining the arts, anthropology, science and business to prepare for a career in the cultural sector?

Learn more about Adelphi’s new Museum Studies Undergraduate Certificate, an interdisciplinary 22-credit certificate you can earn in tandem with your existing major, created by and leveraging the expertise of the Department of Anthropology and the Department of Art and Art History.

Open to students of any major, the certificate program also incorporates courses in chemistry as well as Robert B. Willumstad School of Business classes in accounting, management and marketing.

Three tracks are designed to prepare students for a variety of roles in the cultural sector and/or for future graduate studies.

  1. Collections Care/Preservation
  2. Pre-Curatorial
  3. Museum/Gallery Administration and Management

Join a virtual information session for details on program requirements, core courses and possible electives, as well as a discussion of career opportunities:

For more information, contact the Museum Studies Program’s faculty directors:

Maya Muratov
Associate Professor in the Department of Art and Art History

Hanna Kim (on sabbatical)
Professor and Chair of the Department of Anthropology

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