This programme will help you to develop your knowledge and understanding of museum practice and management. Created in collaboration with the Heritage Council, it is designed to develop the skills needed for their Standards and Accreditation Scheme.
The teaching staff have proven research expertise and experience in delivering courses to both the cultural and heritage sectors. Modules have been designed to reflect innovative and current research in these areas and will equip both graduates and those already working in the museum sector with the appropriate skills for further academic and professional development.
This course is ideal for students currently employed in the museum sector or who have a desire to develop their knowledge and skills with the intention of furthering their career in the sector. No on-site attendance is required as all tuition is provided online through our online learning environment (Blackboard Learn).
Normally a second class honours degree (or equivalent) or higher in a relevant discipline, such as heritage or museum studies, art, geography, history, or archaeology. Applicants without a degree may be considered through accreditation of prior learning or experience. An interview may form part of the selection process.What are the TOEFL and IELTS requirements? The standard University English language requirements (IELTS 6.0, TOEFL 550).
Recipient: Ulster University
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