BA Museum and Gallery Studies

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  • Objectives
    Museums and galleries have become increasingly important elements of the creative and heritage industries. Today’s museums and galleries are perceived to be multi-faceted institutions of culture, dealing not just with the presentation of artistic works and historical artefacts but also with issues of regional and national identity, and with social, economic and cultural regeneration.
  • Entry requirements
    Entry Requirements -a degree (level 6) in an Early Years subject or a degree (level 6) in any subject plus a level 3 qualification in an Early Years subject -a GCSE grade C in English and Maths -a current Criminal Records Bureau clearance -recent and considerable experience across whole 0-5 years age range
  • Academic title
    BA Museum and Gallery Studies
  • Course description
    BA Museum and Gallery Studies


    Year 1

    -Show and Tell: Images, Objects and Space 1
    -Exploring Contexts 2
    -Visual Culture: An Introduction 3
    -Material Culture: An Introduction 4
    -Introduction to Architectural Culture and Design History 5
    -Themes in Art History 6
    -Practical Criticism: Writing for Art, Design and Film 7
    -Current Issues in Fine Art

    Year 2

    -Culture, Collection and Display 8
    -Professional Practice: The Media, Creative and Culture Industries 9
    -Spaces of Culture 10
    -Victorian Architecture, Design and Industrial Culture 1830–1914 11
    -Visual and Material Culture: Critical Methodologies I 12
    -Visual and Material Culture: Critical Methodologies II 13
    -London Museums and Galleries I 14
    -Extended Essay

    Year 3

    -Beyond the Gallery 15
    -The Culture Business 16
    -Curating and Collecting the Contemporary 17
    -City Cultures: Space, Place and Experience 18
    -Cultures of Consumption: Contexts of Selling 19
    -Handmade: The Politics of Craft 20
    -New York study visit

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