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Introduction to the study of the philosophy and practice of museum work. Emphasis on administration of a museum art collection, registration methods, cataloging, storage, introductory methods of art conservation, exhibit planning, insurance, gifts, loan agreement forms, and interpretation of objects as related to history of museums. Provides background for internship and employment in the field.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Undergraduate

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