|Description:||Carleton’s Graduate Diploma in Curatorial Studies offers students both the disciplinary expertise and applied skills sought by cultural institutions. Our interdisciplinary program spans the arts, social sciences, and sciences, exposing students to a wide range of museological and curatorial issues. Through our strong relationships with museums, galleries and festivals in the National Capital region, students also receive hands-on discipline-specific training and exposure to professional best practices.
Our program offers two Graduate Diplomas in Curatorial Studies to domestic and international students. The Type 2 Diploma is designed for students seeking practical skills in addition to an MA or PhD at Carleton, and will provide a combination of academic training and professional skills unique in Canada. Our stand-alone Type 3 Diploma is designed for students who wish to supplement their academic qualifications with practical training, or for practitioners who wish to upgrade their knowledge and skills.
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Cost shown is for the 2019-2020 academic year.