This internship course will place the student in a hands-on museum located experience. Students will be placed in the museum type (historical, art, etc.) of their choice and will have as many “real” application experiences with interpretation, exhibit design and construction, collections management, public museum educational programming, administrative management, etc. that can be arranged with the museum of choice. Pre-internship conferencing between the student, museum representative, and the program coordinator will be expected. Conferencing will continue during the experience as well.
- May be repeated up to 6 credit hours, including summer placement.
- Capstone course.