MSP 609 - Practicum in Museum Studies
Section: 001
Term: WN 2010
Subject: Museum Studies (MSP)
Department: Graduate School
1 - 6 (Non-LSA credit).
With permission of instructor.
Advisory Prerequisites:
Admission to Museum Studies Certificate Program.
Other Course Info:
Grading basis of 'S' or 'U'.
May not be repeated for credit.

While the proseminar and cognate courses provide important historical and theoretical grounding, the practicum experience offers an opportunity to acquire first-hand experience working in a specific museum setting. The six credits earned for the practicum requirement are comprised of two parts: a short local internship, undertaken at a campus museum, and a more substantial practicum, which could include a field internship, undertaken at a regional, national, or international museum after completion of both terms of the proseminar sequence and the local internship. Students must complete a Practicum Contract for both the local and summer practica and, if funding is required for the summer practicum, a Request for Funding.

MSP 609 - Practicum in Museum Studies
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