2012-13 University of Glasgow Credit-Bearing Courses
Hunterian Exhibition and Work Placements for MLitt and MSc programmes in the College of Arts:
MSc Museum Studies (HATII)
MLitt History of Collecting ( Art History)
MLitt Mackintosh, Glasgow and International Art Nouveau (Art History)
MLitt Making and Meaning: Approaches in Technical Art History (Art History)
MLitt Dress and Textile Histories (Art History)
MLitt Material Culture and Artefact Studies (Archaeology)
MSc/PgD Biodiversity Measurement and Informatics (College of Medical, Veterinary & Life Sciences)
MA Hons and BSc
The Hunterian contributes sessions to, or provides resources for the following degree courses:
MA Hons Classics: Level 1 Latin course (Epigraphy)
MA Hons Archaeology
BSc Earth Sciences Level 1 (fieldwork)
BSc Earth Sciences Level 2 (fieldwork)
BSc Earth Sciences Level 4 (supervision of laboratory projects using museum objects)
MSc Information Management & Preservation (Digital)/(Archives & Records Management)
2012-13 University of Glasgow Non-Credit Bearing Programmes
Club 21 MUSE (Museum University Student Educator) Programme
Club 21 MUSE programme is open to any University of Glasgow Student. It is a voluntary work based placement giving students the opportunity to develop valuable transferrable skills, by delivering tours to the public. Students interested in diong so may also be able to develop new tours of interest to them.
For details of tours currently on offer, see Tours
For further details about this programme, contact Ruth.Fletcher@glasgow.ac.uk
The Hunterian is collaborating with the College of Arts to devise a new PGR programme for Public Engagement for piloting in 2011-12.
This experimental programme will invite PGR students to join The Hunterian as ‘PGR Associates’ with a view to them contributing and participating in our public programme. Students will develop object-centred or themed studies relating to their individual research interests and engage in a range of public outreach activity, from gallery tours to web pages and blogs.
Drawing on their research, PGR students will also be asked to contribute to the regular weekly Insight Gallery Talks. If successful it is intended to roll the programme out University-wide. An induction seminar for interested PGR students will be held in early November.
Centre for Open Studies Programme
The Hunterian contributes content and provides access to collections in support of the following course programmes:
The Hunterian also hosts a programme of Day Events for the Centre for Open Studies in association with its Public Programme and special exhibitions. Visit the Centre for Open Studies website for details.
The Centre for Open Studies also offers a range of courses for adults on a range of subjects. Download brouchures.