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Museum Science & Management

The Graduate School, in collaboration with the Gilcrease Museum and various academic departments on The University of Tulsa campus, offers an interdisciplinary program leading to a Master of Arts degree in Museum Science and Management (MSM).

The program provides both interdisciplinary course work and “hands-on” experience designed to prepare future museum professionals in the areas of administration, fiscal management, collections care and research, and education. Students gain experience in using objects and collections in research, exhibition, publication, and programming, as well as a background in museum administration, leadership, and fundraising.

The staff of the Gilcrease Museum and the faculty at TU collaborates to provide in-depth opportunities to specialize in the curation, care, and exhibition of American art, archaeology, ethnology, and archives.

Shelter: Patrick Dougherty & Rachel Hayes, Review

Shelter: Patrick Dougherty & Rachel Hayes is an exhibit that brings together two different artists...

NEW/NOW: Works by the Tulsa Artist Fellows, Review

The Tulsa Artist Fellowship is a program that was established by the George Kaiser Family...

Rest during the Harvest, c. 1880, Oil on canvas – Review

    Housed in the Philbrook Museum of Art is a painting by Alfred Francois...