Advanced certificate in museum education
HEGIS code 0899
NYS SED program code 36517

Program Heads

Office Hours
Ball, Jennifer Program Head 718.951.5181 5111B jball @ By appointment


Admission Requirements

Department Art
Fall Application Deadline June 1st
Spring Application Deadline January 15th
Supporting Documents for Matriculation:
Submit the following documents to the Office of Graduate Admissions: transcripts from all colleges and universities attended, two letters of recommendation. Refer to instructions at .
TOEFL (paper, computer, internet) 500, 173, 61


These requirements will become effective as of Fall 2016 semester.
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Matriculation Requirements:

Completion of or matriculation in a Masters in Art History program (30 credits). MFA or PIMA students who have completed 12 credits in graduate art history courses may also apply to the program.

Degree Requirements:

Twelve credits are required for the certificate in addition to the thirty credits required for the MA in Art History.

MFA or PIMA students who wish to earn the certificate must complete at least 12 credits of art history courses (not including internships, Art 7184G or Art 7185G).

Students must complete Art 7184G and Art 7185G.
Students must also complete two 60-hour internships, Art 7193G and Art 7194G.

Students must complete ARTD 7184G before the internships. The internships can either be completed during the summer or during the fall or spring semesters along with their regular coursework in art history. Students should complete ARTD 7185G in the second year. The master's thesis may consist of a strictly art historical subject or may include some research into museum education.