Individuals seeking careers in art and historical museums, historic sites, and other related professions may earn a certificate in museum studies. The program consists of 18 credit hours, including an introductory pro-seminar in the history and theory of museum studies; seminars in museum education; a practicum in museum curatorial and education fields, independent research in the roles and functions of art museums, political action and advocacy in the visual arts, and a minimum of six credit hours of internship in a museum. Museum studies certification complements graduate degree in art (M.A. and M.F.A. in art, but also can be pursued in conjunction with other SFA graduate degree programs). For more information, contact the School of Art.