Career and Academic Opportunities

The MA in Art and Design - Museum Concentration will provide anthropology majors with advanced education to allow them to pursue careers in museums, historic houses, archives, the art market, government, and non-profits.

Graduate Program Information

Salary and Career Information

Museum Studies

Double Owl Admission Requirements

Note, this is for the Museum Studies Concentration in the MA program only.
  • KSU GPA: 3.00
  • 60 hours completed toward bachelor's degree
  • At least 30 hours in residence at KSU
  • Writing Sample (i.e.,class research paper)

Double Counted Courses

  • MUSE 6100 to count for Upper Electives 1
  • MUSE 6125 to count for Upper Electives 2
  • MUSE 6115 to count for Upper Electives 3

Pathway of Study

Pathway of Study - Museum Studies Concentration- Effective Fall 2024

Suggested Timeline

Students should apply to this Double Owl Pathway in the second semester of their sophomore year.

Accepted Double Owl students will need to apply to their Graduate Program by the posted deadline for the semester immediately following graduation with the Bachelors degree.

How To Apply
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Contact Information

Undergraduate Information

Undergraduate Degree
Bachelor of Science in Antropology

Department / College
Geography and Anthropology / Radow College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Willingham Hall, Room 202H

Advising Contact
Christine Jacobs, Advisor

Graduate Information

Graduate Degree
Master of Arts in Art and Design

Department / College
School of Art and Design / College of the Arts
Visual Arts Building, Room 228

Advising Contact
Craig Brasco, Program Coordinator