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Museum and Heritage Studies

Museum and Heritage Studies is an interdisciplinary program based on hands-on experiences and a solid research foundation across the arts, humanities, and social and natural sciences.

Students take advantage of Randolph’s unique on-campus collections of art and natural history and archaeology collections, as well as strong ties to local, national, and international resources, archives, museums, and research institutions.

The Center for Career Development connects students to internships and fieldwork with professional organizations in the US and abroad, including the Preservation Institute Nantucket, the Archaeological Conservation Institute (Italy), and exclusive internships at The National Gallery (London).

Graduates emerge with a broad interdisciplinary background of knowledge and experience as well as practical skills and fresh perspectives for presenting and studying visual and material culture.ollections, and has a strong commitment to hands-on, experiential learning in and out of the classroom.

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