The General Studies requirements for Chadron State College are available on a separate page for easy reference. You may want to open the page in a new window or tab.
The mission of the Museum Studies program is to provide an introduction to the various aspects and a fundamental understanding of the museum profession. Through the study of museums, their practices, history, and philosophies, students are provided with a strong foundation for beginning their museum career exploration.
This course of study is designed to give the student a broad overview of the various aspects and issues that one may face in the workplace. Though classroom study, practical application, and individualized attention, the Museum Studies program is designed to allow students to personalize their course of study to their career objectives.
Upon completion of the Minor in Museum Studies, students will:
A student must complete the following program in addition to the General Studies requirements and a major in another discipline. Students can not major in Applied History and earn a minor in Museum Studies.
|MS 231||Introduction to Museums||3|
|MS 235||Introduction to Archival Collections||3|
|MS 330||Management and Care of Collections||3|
|MS 331||Exhibit Design||3|
|MS 333||Museum Administration||3|
|MS 340||Museum Education||3|
|MS 390||Internship in Museum Studies||3|
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