Museum Methods

Not a concentration program

The University of Michigan offers through the facilities of the University Museums laboratory/discussion courses for students interested in natural science museum exhibit. The courses in museum methods are open to undergraduates concentrating in one of the many subject areas encountered in natural history museums. These courses focus not on the subject matter of natural history fields, but rather on the principles, methods, and techniques used by professional exhibit designers.


Courses in Museum Methods (Division 436)

405. Special Problems in Museum Methods. Permission of instructor; Museum Methods 406 is desired. I. (2-4). Erickson. (Excl). $45 laboratory fee. May be elected for credit twice.

406/Biol. Illust. 406 (Art). Special Problems in Museum Methods. Permission of instructor. II. (2-4). Klausmeyer. (Excl). $45 laboratory fee. May be elected for credit twice.

Museum Practice

107 Alumni Memorial Hall
764-0395

Not a concentration program

Museum Practice is a graduate program intended primarily for those contemplating a career in museums of art.


Courses in Museum Practice (Division 437)

400. Independent Museum Study. Upperclass standing and permission of instructor. (1-4). (Excl). (EXPERIENTIAL).

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