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The post-graduate Museum Management and Curatorship program is an intensive, fast-paced, immersion experience that provides applied training for careers in the museum, gallery and heritage sectors. Museum Managers and Curators don't just preserve the relics, stories, and memorabilia of the past. They animate and interpret it, bringing history to life for people of all ages.
At the heart of the MMC program is its long-standing partnership with the Peterborough Museum & Archives, where approximately 75% of classes are held. Each year students in the program develop a temporary exhibit for the museum’s 1000 square foot gallery. This major applied project, which pulls together lessons and practical experience from all courses, is the culmination of two semesters of study prior to a final semester internship in the field.