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Street Dragon Puppet by Michael Runge (2008) with students from the Herron School of Art and Design.
Graduate Museum Studies
IUPUI offers two options for Graduate level students: a Master of Arts degree (36 cr. hrs.) and Graduate Certificate (18 cr. hrs).
The Master’s Degree is an interdisciplinary curriculum integrating theory and practice of museum work. Through a foundation of core courses, internships, and a choice of electives, students build their knowledge and skills in museum practice. A variety of collaborative museum projects encourage students to explore their potential as self-reflective, creative innovators in a rapidly changing field. Please follow this link to review the Graduate Curriculum.
The Graduate Certificate may be taken as a freestanding credential or paired with graduate work in another related discipline (ex. Anthropology, History, Philanthropic Studies, Education, Library Science, Non-Profit Management). Please follow this link to review the Graduate Certificate Curriculum.
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