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  • Objectives
    The programme aims to develop: # the theory and practice-based knowledge and skills required for effective heritage management # the ability to think critically, exercise independent judgement and evaluate complex information and ideas # project development and management skills # the ability to complete creative work to a professional standard # the ability to respond to a changing cultural and heritage environment # a flexible pathway for participants looking to add heritage management skills to existing professional profiles # an understanding of the cultural sector as a framework which encompasses a diverse range of publicly-funded and commercial activity.
  • Entry requirements
    Standard Entry Candidates should possess one of the following: # a degree in a heritage or heritage related area # a degree in a non-heritage related area with a proven interest in the heritage sector # considerable relevant work experience supported by evidence that the work required use of a range of critical, analytical or management abilities. Additional Notes Non-first-language English speakers must have a proven level of English language ability (IELTS 6.5 or equivalent).
  • Academic Title
    Museum and Heritage Management (MA)
  • Course description
    COURSE INFORMATION
    The programme acts as an entry point for those seeking a career in heritage management, or may be used to enhance existing skills and abilities to aid progression through to management level, providing an excellent opportunity for Continuing Professional Development.

    MODULE INFORMATION
    Year 1 Modules

    VA0700 Strategic Management and Enterprise (CORE, 30 Credits)

    VA0701 Organisational Management (CORE, 30 Credits)

    VA0702 Research and Reflective Practice in Action (CORE, 30 Credits)

    VA0703 Museum and Heritage Management (OPTION, 30 Credits)

    VA0704 Inclusion and Participation in Cultural Event Management (OPTION, 30 Credits)

    VA0705 New Media, New Management (OPTION, 30 Credits)

    VA0706 Music industry Management (OPTION, 30 Credits)

    VA0707 Cultural Management Development Dissertation (CORE, 60 Credits)

    COURSEWORK AND ASSESSMENT
    The MA aims to provide participants with professional, vocationally relevant skills. The programme develops an understanding of the processes involved in managing museum and heritage organisations, including aspects of business planning, marketing and communication technologies. It provides an understanding of the relevance of current policy and policy-making bodies on a regional, national and international basis.

    A Work-based Project is undertaken within a heritage organisation of the participant's choice, which the participant is expected to initiate, negotiate and manage. The Dissertation provides an opportunity to conduct independent research within the field of heritage management.

    Throughout the programme, participants are encouraged to refer to and reflect on their own working situations and experiences.

    CAREERS
    Careers range across the spectrum of the heritage sector, from museums to local authorities, government bodies to the voluntary sector. Graduates may take up management positions within a heritage organisation, or work as Marketing, Education, Programme or Development Officers.

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