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.
An update on Maureen Bourbin, MA 2011, and Executive Director of the USS Hornet Museum in Alameda
Museum Closed for Summer
Reopening in November '13, featuring Gnathian Greek pottery and objects from the Sutro Egyptian Collection
Calling all SFSU Museum Studies alumni! We've launched a new support/mentoring group and invite you to reconnect and join as a Founding Member. The first 20 members will receive a SFSU Museum Studies logo mug--only 2 more remaining!
Now recruiting for Gallery Monitors in Fall '13! See what Museum Studies is all about!
Update on Fall 2013 Admissions
Beginning March 15, applicants can view their admit decisions online. Acceptance of Admission Offers (AAO) are due April 2, 2013 so that we may finalize the incoming class.
2011-2012 Graduates posted June '12
MS Student Work Featured by Archaeological Institute of America (AIA) posted Spring '12