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Museums and Cultural Heritage

Museums and Cultural Heritage develops an understanding of museums and heritage practices in visual and material culture, with a particular focus on Aotearoa New Zealand and the Pacific.

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Museums and Cultural Heritage is an interdisciplinary programme. It draws on museums and heritage-related courses taught by Anthropology, Art History, History, Māori Studies and Sociology.

Museums and Cultural Heritage is available for postgraduate study and is coordinated by Art History in the School of Humanities.

Postgraduate careers

Museums and Cultural Heritage can help give you an excellent foundation for a career as a curator, education officer, art gallery registrar or manager, and for careers in museums and heritage institutions in the private and government sectors, and in tourism.

For more information

Dr Ngarino Ellis
Coordinator, Museums and Cultural Heritage
pg-museums@auckland.ac.nz
+64 9 923 6992