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  Museum and Field Studies - Master of Science (MS)

University of Colorado Boulder    College of Arts and Sciences

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Unleash your passion for museum studies with the Master of Science in Museum and Field Studies at the University of Colorado. This two-year programme offers a comprehensive exploration of anthropology, art history, botany, entomology, paleontology, and zoology under the guidance of esteemed museum faculty. Choose from three specialised tracks: Collections/Field, Public/Administration, or Art History, each tailored to your interests and career goals. Gain hands-on experience through internships at various museums, honing skills as collection managers, curators, educators, and more. The programme culminates in a thesis or project, overseen by a dedicated committee of graduate faculty. To qualify, applicants need a bachelor's degree with a minimum 3.00 GPA in relevant fields like anthropology, biology, or history. Elevate your expertise, expand your horizons, and embark on a fulfilling career in the captivating world of museum studies.

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Graduate training in anthropology, art history, history, botany, entomology, paleontology and zoology is provided under the direction of museum faculty in cooperation with cognate departments and the Museum and Field Studies Program. Areas of study include, but are not limited to:

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Entry Requirements

Students must meet all university requirements for admission to graduate school and have a baccalaureate degree and at least a B (3.00) grade-point average in previous academic work. The baccalaureate degree should be in anthropology, biology, geology, geography, history, classics, fine arts or education, although other majors will be considered. Acceptance to the program is decided by the admissions committee of the University Museum in consultation with the student’s department. The student must be accepted by an advisor in his or her discipline. Applicants accepted for graduate work by museum faculty must be admitted to the Graduate School.

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