Museum and Heritage Studies Program
The Museum and Heritage Studies Program introduces students to the history and theory of museum and heritage practice. It is designed to equip graduates with professional knowledge and practical experience consistent with pathways to employment in museums and the growing area of local and global heritage. Now is an especially important time for research, teaching and debate within the discipline, as the museums and heritage industries are in a period of dynamic change and growth around the world.
Dr Brit Asmussen, senior curator of archaeology at the Queensland Museum, 'knows every small detail of that perfect and impossible moment in time when the 100-year international search for the last missing pieces of a prized and ancient Book of the Dead, belonging to an esteemed Egyptian builder named Amenhotep, ended'.
The University of Sydney has cemented its place among the top 50 universities globally in the latest QS World University Rankings, with strong results for Arts and Humanities