Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
This program provides historical, theoretical and practical subjects that address specific museum activities such as collection management, exhibition development and interpretation, and conservation. This combination enhances students' understanding of the broader cultural context in which the art museum sector operates, both in Australia and internationally, while also ensuring that students are able to relate theory to practice. Leading professionals from Australian art museums and arts organisations contribute to the teaching programs to ensure relevance to the sector.
Those seeking work in curatorial and collection management in art museums, the commercial arts sector, arts auction houses and heritage organisations
200 point, 150 point and 100 point programs available. Coursework and minor thesis or coursework only. Internships available.
- Art curatorship
Standard entry requirements
- 200 point program: Undergraduate degree (including at least 50 credit points at second-year level or above in subjects requiring written and analytical assessment), with a weighted average mark of at least 70 per cent, or equivalent. 150 point program: Undergraduate degree in a related discipline with a weighted average mark of at least 70 per cent, or equivalent. 100 point program: Honours degree in a related discipline with a weighted average mark of at least 70 per cent, or equivalent
- Or: Undergraduate degree in a related discipline with a weighted average mark of at least 70 per cent, or equivalent, and at least two years' relevant, documented work and/or professional experience.
Students who complete the thesis option may be eligible to undertake a PhD.
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150-point program - Domestic: $41,968 International: $52,460. 100-point program - Domestic: $27,520 International: $34,400