Museum Education

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Master of Arts in Teaching

Department of Educational Leadership

The program is designed to prepare graduates for work fulfilling the educational mission of art, history, or science museums; zoos, aquaria, or nature centers; and historical societies or sites. Graduates also qualify to serve as liaisons between schools and museums and as professionals in museum-related private and public agencies.Taking advantage of our unique location, students in the Museum Education Masters program work and learn in class and on site at world-class institutions like the Newseum, Smithsonian, US Capitol, and the American Alliance of Museums to build their portfolios as advocates for museum accessibility and accountability.

For more information about the Museum Education program and to find out where our alumni are working, please view or download here.

Students interested in Jewish education, museum education, and experiential learning should consider learning more about our Master's in Experiential Education & Jewish Cultural Arts.

Program Faculty

Lotte Lent
Carol Stapp
  • Carol
    Stapp
  • Associate Professor
  • Museum Education
  •  202-994-4960

Fast Facts

9
Courses Required (minimum)
  • Full-time
  • Part-time
  • Online
  • Fall
  • Spring
  • Summer

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