Cultural Heritage Studies

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In May 2012, the Art History & Visual Studies Department (formally History in Art), in collaboration with the Division of Continuing Studies, introduced a new Graduate Professional Certificate (GPC) in Cultural Heritage Studies, which will be laddered to a Graduate Professional Diploma (GPD) in Cultural Heritage Management. Engaging online course delivery methods enable you to balance coursework with professional practice or with complementary graduate degree programs, while museum and heritage planning streams allow you to specialize within the program.

Eligibility

We welcome applications from early- and mid-career professionals with a strong commitment to informed and meaningful practice in all aspects of the cultural heritage sector. You should have a minimum of two years of relevant professional experience to contextualize your learning goals and specialized studies.

To be eligible for admission to the Faculty of Graduate Studies, you must have an undergraduate degree with a minimum B average in the last two years of the degree. If you have four or more years of relevant professional experience, and your average is below B, you may be considered for admission as a mature student.

For more information about the Graduate Professional Certificate (GPC) in Cultural Heritage Studies, applications, and course requirements, please see UVic Continuing Studies.

For more information about the Graduate Professional Diploma (GPD) in Cultural Heritage Management, entrance requirements, and course requirements, please see UVic Continuing Studies.

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