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WKU's Folk Studies Graduate Program Opens New Concentration in Museum Studies

Monday, August 24, 2020   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Kinsey Brooke

Western Kentucky University (WKU) announces a new concentration in Museum Studies as a part of their current M.A. in Folk Studies program. Through this concentration, students will gain hands-on training in areas such as exhibit development, education, and outreach, in addition to having the option to complete an internship, capstone project, or thesis related to museum studies.  Other concentrations for the M.A. include Public Folklore, Historic Preservation, and a traditional research thesis in any area of Folklore Studies that is of interest to the student.  

For more information about the Museum Studies concentration, see WKU's Folk Studies' News.

For more information about the M.A. Folk Studies program, see the department website.  



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