The application deadline is March 15, 2015.
The Graduate Certificate in Cultural Heritage Studies program is designed to strengthen both understanding and integration of cultural heritage, community engagement and sustainable development. It builds knowledge and practical management skills necessary to keep pace in today’s rapidly changing context.
Graduate Professional Certificate in Cultural Heritage Studies
Start Date: September 2015
Application Deadline: March 15, 2015
Tuition Fees (domestic students): $1,064.07* per course
Tuition Fees (international students): $1,269.33* per course
*a slight increase is expected in 2015
This thought-provoking curriculum is designed for working professionals and is delivered in an online format, one course per term. After four or five consecutive terms (about a year and a half), you can complete your Graduate Professional Certificate in Cultural Heritage Studies, specializing in either museum or heritage studies.
Be inspired by renowned professional instructors and colleagues while you refresh your own practice. Apply today!
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