The Certificate in Museum Studies program is designed to enhance knowledge of the history and role of museums as well as issues of cultural heritage and historic preservation. It prepares students for graduate study leading to careers in museum work by exploring the curation of material culture including artistic and historical artifacts, everyday museum operations and museology’s current theoretical, political and ethical concerns.
Lamont Lindstrom, Professor of Anthropology
Garrick Bailey, Professor of Anthropologyy
Christina Burke, Curator, Philbrook Museum
John Coward, Associate Professor of Communication
Brian Hosmer, Associate Professor of Western American History
Joli Jensen, Professor of Communication
Robert Pickering, Professor of Anthropology, Museum Science and Management and Gilcrease Museum
Designed to enhance knowledge of the history and role of museums as well as explain issues of cultural heritage and historic preservation.