Bank Street’s Leadership in Museum Education Master’s Program is designed for working educators. Attend classes in New York City one weekend per month and apply what you learn directly to your work!
As a student in Bank Street College of Education’s Leadership in Museum Education Master’s Program, you will meet one weekend per month, plus one week in early June, over two years. You will develop your capacity for leadership, organizational change, community engagement, diversity, inclusion and access. One year focuses on learning and learning environments, development, diversity, collaboration, interpretation and exhibition planning. The other year focuses on museum mission and strategy, organizational theory, communication, visitor research, marketing, development and finance. Ideal candidates are museum education professionals with five (minimum three) years of experience who think reflectively and strategically about how museum education can advance organizational inclusion, engagement and community participation. This program culminates in a Master of Science in Education and requires 40 credits.
For more information about the program, click here https://graduate.bankstreet.edu/academics/academic-programs/leadership-in-museum-education/