Shortest full-time duration
Melbourne Burwood Campus
A Master of Cultural Heritage leads to work in Museums, Galleries, Heritage institutions, Government, NGOs, Community organisations, Heritage consultancies, Private practice, Applied research and Academia.
Practical experience is key. You will have the opportunity to incorporate internships and international field schools in the course. There will be visits to museums, galleries and heritage places to encourage students to develop their professional skills and networks.
Graduates of the program may wish to consider a PhD within the Alfred Deakin Institute for Citizenship and Globalisation. (http://www.deakin.edu.au/adi)
The minimum duration of this course can be reduced for applicants holding prior relevant qualifications or experience.