Open House and Panel Discussion for Graduate Program at Regis College
If you are interested in continuing your education in cultural history or museum studies then you should attend this informational session at Regis College in the Kearns Conference Room on Thursday, March 26, where we will be inviting prospective students to find out more about our Heritage Studies MA and CAGS programs, as well as our Museum Studies Certificate. We are a Master of Arts program which teaches students the importance of culture, identity, and memory in historical studies. Our program emphasizes giving students the theoretical tools necessary to delve into their field of research, while at the same time also giving them the type of real world skills in their fields which will allow them to find jobs in their chosen profession following graduation. Recent graduates have found jobs in fields such as state archiving, education, and in museums.
The program is small, where students put in what they want to get out of it. We have had students in the past two years alone who have presented at both local and national conferences, students who have won on-campus co-curricular grants to fund projects they are passionate about, as well as students who have put together their own exhibit in the Regis College Carney Gallery.
The informational session on Thursday will include professors, alumni, and current students wishing to talk about their experiences in the program. There will also be representatives from Career Services and Graduate Admissions who will be on hand to answer questions about the application process, as well as to give further perspective on what someone can do with a degree in Heritage Studies.
Refreshments will also be provided.
If you have any questions feel free to email Ben Remillard at email@example.com