The combined B.A./M.A. in Museum Professions allows Seton Hall University undergraduate students -- majoring in Art History, Anthropology, Fine Arts, History, and other majors, by permission of the Director -- to take 12 graduate credits during their junior and senior years. These 12 credits count toward both the B.A. and the M.A. degree. Following graduation, students complete the remaining 27 credits of the M.A. degree.
Students are admitted into the dual degree program at the end of their sophomore year. Admission is based on GPA, application essay and interview. Students must maintain a 3.0 GPA average in the four graduate courses in order to be allowed to continue in the M.A. degree program.
B.A., Art History
The art history curriculum includes general survey courses in western and American art, as well as a choice of period courses, from classical to 20th-century art. Learn more »
M.A., Museum Professions
The M.A. program in Museum Professions prepares students for professional careers in museums and other cultural institutions through challenging coursework and concrete experience, melding the theoretical with the practical. Learn more »
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