Museum Science  Program
of Texas Tech University


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"From here, it's possible!"

What is the Museum Science Program's MISSION?
The mission of the of Museum Science Program is to prepare graduate students for entry into the international community of active [museum] professionals by providing both theoretical and practical preparation and acting as a responsible academic element of Texas Tech University.

What DEGREE is possible?
The Museum Science Program results in a MASTER OF ARTS (MA) in Museum Science.

Explore the Museum Science Program's TWO CURRICULUM TRACKS!

Click for some useful LINKS to jobs, organizations, etc.

Click here for STUDENT INTERNSHIP opportunities.


For more information about the MUSEUM SCIENCE PROGRAM and its curricula tracks, contact…

Museum Science Program
Museum of Texas Tech University
Box 43191
Lubbock, Texas 79409-3191

Tel: 806.742.2442
Fax: 806.742.1136
Email: rhonda.quinlan@ttu.edu


Academic FORMS and DOCUMENTS for the Museum Science Program and its curricular tracks.

2012 GUIDELINES & RECORD OF PROGRESS (PDF)
2013
GUIDELINES & RECORD OF PROGRESS (PDF)


SPOTLIGHT ON MUSEUM SCIENCE STUDENTS

Museum Science students brought home top honors from the 2013 Mountain Plains Museum Association annual meeting in Lincoln, Nebraska.

2013 Graduate Museum Management Intern at the National Park Service's Harper's Ferry is recognized as July 2013's Volunteer of the Month.

    • Whitney Farmer (2013) makes a sterling impression at Harper's Ferry. Click here.

Examples of Museum Science student poster projects, which won awards for their presentations during the annual week-long TTU Graduate School Poster event held at the Museum in 2013:

    • Doverspike, Amy: "Solid As A Rock: The Utilization of Polyvinyl Acetate to Stabilize and Consolidate Museum Sandstone Objects"
    • Reel, Megan: "Rural Community Museums and the Effects of Globalization"
    • SoRelle, Keith: "Geoarchaeological Study of Interactions Between Ancient Peoples and Paleoenvironments Along Mustang Draw in Martin County, Texas"

Below are examples of Museum Science student work in Pachyderm, 2008-2010:


Other Academic Endeavors

CIDOC SS logo

CIDOC SUMMER SCHOOL, July 21-25, 2014.
Museum Documentation, Principles and Practice. For information click here.

 

   

 

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