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  • Locations: Atlanta, GA, United States;
  • Program Terms: Maymester
  • Cost of Attendance Sheets: Maymester
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
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Program Category: UGA Domestic Click here for a definition of this term Open to non-UGA students: Yes
Type of Admission: By deadline or until program fills Participant Selection: Competitive
Click here for a definition of this term Number of Student Participants: 11-20 students Type of Instruction: Experiential, Fieldwork/Research, Lecture
Classes With: U.S. Students, UGA Students Taught By: Guest Lecturers, UGA/U.S. Professor(s)
College/School: Franklin Academic Area: Art History, Cultural Heritage, Historic Preservation, History
Language Program: No Language of Instruction: English
Minimum GPA Requirement: 2.75 or above Minimum number of credit hours: 3
Maximum number of credit hours: 3 Work Opportunity: No
Volunteer Opportunity: No Scholarship Availability: No
Housing Location: Off-Campus
Program Description:
Museum Studies Atlanta Maymester 2022

Atlanta Skyline
This intensive 3 credit Maymester program will introduce students to museum methods and practices using Atlanta’s museums as our classroom. Students will attend a three-day workshop on campus before spending a week in Atlanta visiting museums and historic sites. Site visits will be a combination of lecture and on-site study. Site visits will also include meetings with staff to discuss their work. Students will enroll in HIST 4024/6024 Topics in Museum Studies (Atlanta) (3 credits). This course will count as an elective for the Museum Studies Certificate program. For more information about the Museum Studies Certificate:


Students must participate in both the pre-trip workshop and the Atlanta field study in order to receive credit. Students should expect to spend roughly 40 hours at museum sites in Atlanta during the week of May 23th. These will be long days, with morning and afternoon sessions. Students must provide their own housing and transportation to and from the sites in Atlanta. All readings for the course will be available via ELC. Cost of attendance sheet includes suggested market-rate costs for students who do not have access to housing in Atlanta. 

High Museum

May 18-20 Mini-Museum Studies Workshop in Athens 
May 23-27 Atlanta Program

*Potential Site Visits include:
The Atlanta History Center
The Martin Luther King Jr, National Historical Park
The High Museum of Art
The Wren’s Nest
Rhodes Hall
Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum
The Michael C. Carlos Museum
David J Sencer CDC Museum
Georgia State Capitol Museum
Final Assignments due June 8
* Students will visit at least five museums during their week in Atlanta


For more Information contact Dr. Akela Reason at


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This program is currently not accepting applications.