The program includes a set of introductory and advanced core courses which will familiarize you with the history, theory, and practice of institutional collecting, conservation, and the technical investigation of art. You will also choose a minor in a relevant liberal arts discipline. In addition, to broaden and deepen your knowledge, you will choose one of two specialized professional tracks, museum & information studies or art conservation. Both tracks require you to complete 200 hours of internship in cultural institutions. This experience gives you the opportunity to apply what you’ve learned in the classroom in a professional setting and gain valuable work experience before graduation.