Archival Management encompasses the complex and multi-faceted work of archivists in the 21st century. Students will utilize archival history and theory to gain a deep understanding of the underpinnings of archival thought, while engaging directly with archival practice through real-world examples. Archival Management can lead to careers in a variety of institutions including corporate archives; governmental archives; museum archives; college and university archives; and public library archives. Upon completion of the Archival Management GAC, students may choose to pursue certification through the Academy of Certified Archivists.
Courses taught by archival practitioners familiar with the challenges facing archivists today
Core courses pre-approved as qualifying coursework by the Academy of Certified Archivists
Students with a Master’s degree in a humanities field may become ready for a career as an archivist without completing a second Master’s degree