The Museum Studies Certificate Program consists of four components:
1. A foundation course: AHI 280/ANT 279: Introduction to Museum Studies.
2. Two elective courses selected from (but not limited to) the following:
- ANT 112: CC-Material Legacies
- AHI 246: Nineteenth-Century Art
- AHI 260: Early Twentieth-Century Art
- AHI 281/ANT 281: Current Issues in Museum Studies
- AHI 283/EDU 283: Museum Education
- AHI 284: House Museums
- AHI 286: Museum Theater
- ANT 330: Anthropology of Tourism
- AHI 455: Exhibiting Visual Art in the Digital Age
- AHI 456: Museum Projects
3. A summer or semester internship at a museum, gallery, historical society, or related organization. The internship must be approved by the Director of Museum Studies.
4. Senior integrative project: an independent or collaborative project undertaken in AHI 496: Museum Studies Senior Project. The project is created with the guidance of a faculty member in one's major and the Director of Museum Studies. The project might involve designing and implementing an exhibition, developing interactive computer software or a museum website, producing an educational outreach program, or writing a research essay on some aspect of museums or museology.