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  1. 1. museum literature search: Boylan, Patrick. “A Revolution in Museum Management requires a Revolution in Museum Professional Education and Training.” Paper to Joint Seminar of ICOM Committees for Management (INTERCOM), Museology (ICOFOM), and Training of Personnel (ICTOP), Barcelona, July 2001. http://www.city.ac.uk/ictop/boylan-2001.html
  2. 2. College Art Association. Guidelines for Curatorial Studies Programs. CAA Board of Directors, 2004. Davis, Joy. “Responding to Change: Challenges for Professional Education in the Museum Sector,” Curator 48, no. 4 (October 2005): 427-38.
  3. 3. ICOM and ICTOP Curricula Guidelines for Museum Professional Development. http://museumstudies.si.edu/ICOM- ICTOP/comp.htm Reynolds, Terry R. “Training for Entry-Level Museum Professionals.” Report Prepared for the Committee on Museum Professional Training, AAM, April, 2000.
  4. 4. areas of curricular deficiencies: business information technology communication
  5. 5. suggestions for new courses: business— management administration leadership of nonprofit institutions
  6. 6. information technology— database management network technologies web design
  7. 7. communication— small group communication public speaking web foundations/digital design
  8. 8. RIT is a nationally respected leader in professional and career-oriented education. Talented, ambitious, and creative students of all cultures and backgrounds—and from 50 states and more than 95 countries—have chosen to attend RIT.
  9. 9. Cultural Resource Studies—a two-track BS degree program: cultural resource & information studies art conservation
  10. 10. general curricular overview: general education courses (50%) liberal arts core math & science core upper division minor electives program courses (50%)
  11. 11. museum studies core: introductory courses— introduction to museums &collecting artist materials: photography artist materials: panel painting
  12. 12. advanced courses— conservation of cultural materials legal &ethical issues for collecting institutions display &exhibition design collections management &museum administration
  13. 13. advanced courses (continued)— fundraising, grant writing, and marketing for nonprofit institutions forensic investigation of art and research methods senior thesis
  14. 14. art history & studio arts: survey of western art and architecture I, II, III introduction to photography freshman studio—two different media
  15. 15. disciplinary minor—five courses in a relevant discipline: art history cultural studies American or European history archaeology anthropology visual culture (coming soon) public history (coming soon)
  16. 16. business core: financial accounting organizational behavior principles of marketing
  17. 17. management information systems track: business application development systems analysis &design applying business technology database management systems emerging business technologies
  18. 18. electives—seven courses chosen from throughout the university: communication— small group communication public speaking web foundations/digital design technical writing intercultural communication business communication
  19. 19. business— internet marketing leadership in organizations business ethics
  20. 20. internship: 200 hours at a relevant institution
  21. 21. http://www.rit.edu/cla/crs

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