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Museology is the study of contemporary issues and systems relating to the operation of museums. Students enrolled in Museology courses have a deep and enduring interest in museums. Museology courses can provide essential professional development for individuals working in the industry, or valuable qualifications for those desiring to enter the competitive field. Museology courses can impart the ke… Read more

Museology is the study of contemporary issues and systems relating to the operation of museums. Students enrolled in Museology courses have a deep and enduring interest in museums. Museology courses can provide essential professional development for individuals working in the industry, or valuable qualifications for those desiring to enter the competitive field.

Museology courses can impart the key knowledge and skills needed to succeed in museum career paths for future curators, museum directors, patron or visitor services coordinators, art installers, restorers and preservation of artifact experts, designers, management, purchasers and traders. Museology courses can last anywhere from a few days to a year. Some Museology courses are offered on a part time schedule, while others are full time. Potential students have a variety of courses, specializations and academic institutions to choose from when seeking out the ideal Museology course. Qualified, experienced professors encourage students to also share their own thoughts, experience and insights in the classroom. 

If a course in Museology at an accredited university is just what you need to satisfy your academic or personal aspirations, simply scroll down and read more about your opportunities around the world, today!

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