Whether in a classroom, laboratory, studio, or clinic, graduate programs in the arts and sciences are known for their commitment to inquiry, innovation, community service, and creativity.
As a community, the TU arts and sciences graduate programs are focused on instilling a commitment to academic inquiry in their students, with practical applications in professional settings and far-reaching effects in the community.
Represented programs, as well as associated research and scholarship, include topics in the fine arts, humanities, and social sciences. One of our newest offerings is Museum Science and Management.
The MSM master’s degree program provides both interdisciplinary coursework and hands-on experience designed to prepare future museum professionals. Students gain experience in using objects and collections in research, exhibition, publication, and educational programming, as well as a background in museum administration, leadership and fundraising.
Gilcrease Museum staff and TU faculty collaborate to provide in-depth opportunities to specialize in the curation, care and exhibition of art, archaeology, ethnology and archives. Museum Science and Management and Graduate School staff mentor students in professionalism and career development.