Students with an undergraduate education who want to continue to develop their knowledge may want to pursue a master’s degree. This provides advanced understanding in a particular area of study and often takes two to three years to complete.
What is a Master in Cultural History? The completion of this degree indicates that a student has a deep understanding of multiculturalism and the relationship between art and culture throughout history. Most of the programs include courses related to library methodology, museum practices, the business and writing of art history, and theory and interpretation. Students often have the chance to take electives in specific areas such as western history, the art of China and Japan, the history of photography, architecture foundations, and foundations of Roman art.
Students who take a master’s program typically learn how to be motivated and take the initiative on projects. They also benefit by developing research and analytical skills that help throughout a graduate’s career.
The cost of tuition is often a concern of interested students. Because costs can vary tremendously based on location, program duration, and specific curriculum requirements, students should get in touch with different schools to find out specific tuition and other fees.
Graduates who hold a master’s degree in cultural history may choose to work in a variety of careers in many different environments. Some typical job titles may include museum curator, art historian, scholar, history teacher, and tour guide. A graduate degree is also helpful for those who want to pursue careers in the area of research, journalism, curriculum development, art criticism, gallery work, art dealership, and travel.
A degree in cultural history can be obtained at a local institution, international school, and even online. Use the database and search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.
Today it is more than evident that the field of cultural property, tourism and cultural entertainment, is becoming one of the largest and strongest economic assets of our
Today it is more than evident that the field of cultural property, tourism and cultural entertainment, is becoming one of the largest and strongest economic assets of our immediate future. The Cultural Heritage, management and safeguarding is presented as well as an innovative and constantly evolving area, repeatedly demanded by society and its government, claiming specialized studies that would clog the gaps between the protection of heritage resources and proper management , use and value.
It is these reasons that lead to the University of La Laguna to create the Master in Use and Management of Cultural Heritage, to give a full response to the training of professionals in one of the emerging areas most promising and requires the best training who have to manage the structures, contents and tasks in the entities, organizations and institutions, public and private, whose purpose is the care, defense and dissemination of heritage, cultural goods and services....
The Master in Theory and History of Art and Cultural Management is proposed in order to provide training for professionalizing character and research in Theory and Histor
The Master in Theory and History of Art and Cultural Management is proposed in order to provide training for professionalizing character and research in Theory and History of Art and Cultural Management graduates and graduates in arts and humanities-oriented cultural management.
The Master's Degree is intended to provide a professional training and research in Theory and History of Art and Cultural Management to graduates and graduates in arts and humanities oriented to cultural management.
This Master's Degree is an adaptation of the studies contained in the doctoral program Open Scenarios: the multicultural in art and music, whose last edition took place in the academic year 2008-2009, and was offered as Own Title with the denomination of Master in Advanced Studies in Theory and History of Art and Music, and Cultural Management in the academic year 2009-2010....
The Mediterranean was the centre of the ancient, the Byzantine, the Islamic, and the Medieval Western worlds, and the seat of some of the greatest civilisations in histor
Master’s in Ancient and Medival Mediterranean Worlds. The Mediterranean was the centre of the ancient, the Byzantine, the Islamic, and the Medieval Western worlds, and the seat of some of the greatest civilisations in history. This programme focuses on the Mediterranean at the crossroads of empires and cultures, taking a diachronic approach that spans centuries and continents. Ancient and Medieval Mediterranean Worlds presents a unique programme that focuses as much on the transition between ancient and medieval history as on those periods themselves. A group of specialists from the fields of ancient and medieval history teach this specialisation. The courses reflect on what made the Mediterranean such an important center for trade, urban development, and cultural exchange. This programme looks at cultural identity, cultural memory, and imagined communities; regionalisms, colonialism and conquest; coninuity and change over the ancient and medieval periods; traditiona and ideology; economic history and trade, including numismatics; inter-religious contact, influence and acculturation....
The Masters Program in Science and Technology for the Conservation of Cultural Heritage trains experts in Archaeometry and Conservation Science.
The Masters Program in Science and Technology for the Conservation of Cultural Heritage trains experts in Archaeometry and Conservation Science. The program provides students with specialist skills in the multi-analytical characterization of a wide range of materials related to archaeology and cultural heritage, scientific methods and advanced technologies in the study of conservation.
In particular, graduates will acquire the:
ability to work in a research area with a strong multidisciplinary nature ranging from sciences to humanities;
expertise in analytical techniques, scientific methods of investigation and data interpretation for the recovery and conservation of cultural heritage;
advanced skills in the analysis of the interaction between cultural heritage and the chemical-physical environment;
advanced knowledge of archaeometric applications in a range of fields.
The MLitt in the History of Philosophy focuses on the historical traditions of western philosophy, allowing students to study across a range of periods - from the classic
The MLitt in the History of Philosophy focuses on the historical traditions of western philosophy, allowing students to study across a range of periods - from the classical period through to early analytic philosophy.
The History of Philosophy MLitt is a one year taught postgraduate programme run by St Andrews and Stirling Graduate Programme in Philosophy (SASP), taught by staff from both the University of St Andrews and the University of Stirling.
It offers the ability to study a range of different philosophical periods, from the classical period, via mediaeval philosophy, modern philosophy, including the Scottish Enlightenment and Kant, to early analytic philosophy. If you are interested in focusing on the inter-connected questions, themes and topics which span these periods, the History of Philosophy MLitt is a good choice....
The MLitt in Scottish Historical Studies offers students the opportunity to explore Scotland's long-term development over time and to focus on more specific topics of int
The MLitt in Scottish Historical Studies offers students the opportunity to explore Scotland's long-term development over time and to focus on more specific topics of interest under the guidance of renowned experts in the field.
The MLitt in Scottish Historical Studies is a taught postgraduate programme run by the School of History.
Modules explore the history of historical writing in Scotland and the relationship between the Scottish past and the Scottish present.
Focused attention upon one of three time periods develops the understanding and skills required to pursue independent research.
Students have the opportunity to pursue a more intensive study of the literature of a topic of their choice under the guidance of an expert supervisor.
The degree is planned to meet a specific demand for research and contracts with administrations, companies, entities and social movements that have been periodically dema
The degree is planned to meet a specific demand for research and contracts with administrations, companies, entities and social movements that have been periodically demanding work in this direction. The main part of this demand comes from the national research plans, undertaken by the ministries of Education, or Science and Technology; of the Autonomous Administrations, either directly from the Presidency, or through the corresponding Ministries (Education and Culture, or Housing and Social Welfare preferably), organisms and research agencies of an autonomous nature (FICYT, General Directorate of Universities of the Government of the Principality of Asturias), professional associations (Association of the Press, for example), social, political or trade union movements (CCOO, PCE, Juan Muñiz Zapico Foundation), companies (HUNOSA), Museums (Museum of the People of Asturias), or local administrations ( being the City councils usual funders of enough contracts and projects linked to the local history or ephemerides of different types)....
Graduates of the Master's Degree will be able to perform a professional or research task, from an interdisciplinary perspective and with a conceptual basis in the int
Graduates of the Master's Degree will be able to perform a professional or research task, from an interdisciplinary perspective and with a conceptual basis in the international field of social studies of science and innovation studies, around analysis, promotion, dissemination, evaluation and management of scientific culture and innovation. In this way, they will be able to develop professional tasks such as scientific dissemination, research and evaluation of policies for the promotion and dissemination of scientific culture and innovation, and the management of research and promotion projects in these fields.
The Master's degree consists of a total of 60 ECTS, developed throughout an academic year and distributed in three modules. It has four itineraries, two on scientific culture (one with professional orientation and another with academic orientation) and two on innovation culture (also with a professional and academic profile). The itineraries of scientific culture will be taught at the University of Oviedo and the innovation culture itineraries will be taught at the Polytechnic University of Valencia....
Built on the international experience of developing similar programmes, we use methodologies of global, comparative and transnational historical research that facilitate
About the Programme
A large part of historical studies is conducted as applied research. Using and interpreting historical data enables historian to construct "usable pasts" as a tool for understanding the present and imagining possible and alternative avenues of future development. Applied history embraces methods and practices dealing with identification, preservation, interpretation, and presentation of historical artefacts, texts, structures, and landscapes. In one part of our training, we focus on material objects in history and their meanings within the framework of heritage and memory studies. The other part of the training will encompass a critical approach to the politics of circulation of historically formed discourses of identity and legitimacy in present-day society. The two-pronged approach to the complex problem of historical legacy and heritage will fill out the gap in professional training in history and provide a platform for creating interactive processes that link the historical object, the historian, and the public....
University of Wroclaw - Faculty of Historical and Pedagogical Sciences
The public history program is addressed to all the BA graduates, not only in history, and even not only in the humanities, who would like to conduct the research about an
The public history program is addressed to all the BA graduates, not only in history, and even not only in the humanities, who would like to conduct the research about and promote the public uses of history. Public history has been operating since the 1970s as a subdiscipline of history, but also as a separate academic discipline. It is called the history "for the people, by the people, with the people, of the people" and deals with all the aspects of history outside the formal education (also academic education). It operates for many years at the universities worldwide and enjoys considerable popularity among the students.
The history itself concentrates on examining the past (aiming at answering the question "how was it there?") while public history conducts research on how the knowledge about the past is present in the social consciousness and how it is (and may be) instilled in this consciousness, with the central question of "what do (did/will) the people know about how it was?" It focuses on the historical memory, which is rather marginal in the "traditional" history research. The courses from the public history program concentrate on the ways of shaping the historical consciousness (or collective memory) - both in the context of its theoretical framework and mechanism (including e.g. politics of history) and in various practical ways (tools/techniques) of influencing this memory and consciousness, starting from collecting and processing the testimonies of the past, through speech-writing and preparing other texts promoting the historical knowledge,...