Museum Studies Program Feedback Survey
An attempt to find out what's important in a Museum Studies graduate program. Please mark how important you feel each of these aspects are to a program. 5 is "most important" and 1 is "least important"
Active Alumni
least impotant
most important
Have a culture that encourages students to engage and network with eachother
least important
most important
Have a helpful career resource center or service that offers resume and cover letter help, along with assistance in job referrals
least important
most important
Professors that are passionate about the field.
least important
most important
Professors that are interested in their students' success while in school and after they have graduated.
least important
most important
Access to internships, workshops, employment, field trips, etc. at local or university museums required by the program.
least important
most important
Majority of graduates employed within a year of graduation in any field.
least important
most important
Majority of graduates employed within a year of graduation in the museum field.
least important
most important
Have a curriculum that is theoretical/academic focused
least important
most important
Have a curriculum that is practical/hands-on focused
least important
most important
Have a subject focus to the program (best for those interested in collections or exhibitions or natural history museum, has a social justice focus, administrative, etc.)
least important
most important
Have a generalist focus to the program (best for those interested in many different aspects of museum operations)
least important
most important
What other aspect(s) of a museum studies program do you think is critical?
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