The Master of Arts Program in Museum Studies is highly practical, building upon students' previous academic studies in Anthropology, Art History, Classics & Classical Archaeology, Design, Education, History, the Sciences, Public Administration, or related disciplines. Our Museum is located in Humanities Room 510. We install one show annually, exhibited on select dates in the Fall and Spring semesters.
The San Francisco State University Museum Studies Program seeks candidates for the position of Digital Preservation in Museums at the rank of Assistant (tenure-track) or Associate (tenured or tenure-track) Professor, to begin in Fall 2014. See Job Description
Hours are 11-4, Monday-Friday. Admission is free. Inspired by the ancient Gnathia ceramics from Greek colonies in Italy, donated by Ms. Jane Gray Nelson, the exhibition explores the economic and political relationships among major powers in the ancient Mediterranean world.
Check out SFWeekly's article on the exhibit here
Plan ahead with a preview of our spring schedule. Official University Class Schedule goes online November 13.
See what Museum Studies is all about!