Heritage practice (Master of Cultural Heritage and Museum Studies)



For those whose primary interest lies in looking after significant places such as heritage sites, historic buildings or landscapes, and want to develop practical skills such as heritage assessment/designation, management planning, community engagement or impact assessment can choose the Heritage Practice specialisation. It includes units on Heritage Practice: Fundamentals, Conservation and Managing Change, and World Heritage.

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Career outcomes

Graduates can be found working as a cultural heritage advisor, heritage consultant, heritage officer, heritage planner, heritage policy officer, heritage site manager, heritage project manager, researcher.

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  • Heritage Practice: Conservation and Managing Change
  • Heritage Practice: Fundamentals
  • World Heritage
  • Plus

  • Research Design
  • Minor Thesis A
  • and

  • Minor Thesis B
  • OR

  • Research Paper
  • OR

  • Internship Capstone (2 credit points)