Magistracy

Speciality Code:

7M02212

Speciality Name:

Museum Studies and Monuments Protection

Faculty:

History, Archaeology and Ethnology

  • Model of graduating student
  • Mandatory disciplines
  • Elective disciplines
  • Professional
Upon completion of this program, it is expected that trainees will be able to:
1. Interpret modern scientific knowledge when planning and organizing independent scientific and methodological museological research;
2. To present promising trends in the development of research work, its planning, organization and writing of scientific research;
3. Use in research thematic network resources, databases, information retrieval systems;
4. To evaluate the role and importance of museum activities in the scientific development of the surrounding reality, in the sociocultural dynamics of society;
5. Generate knowledge gained in the humanities and social sciences in the implementation of expert and analytical work;
6. Apply various methodologies and applied skills (including restoration and conservation) of natural sciences and humanities in the creation of museum exhibits, exhibitions and research works;
7. Apply teaching materials, regulations, acts, internal regulations in museum and research organizations;
8. Apply methodical techniques of research on the history of art and the protection of monuments, organize cultural, educational, expert-analytical and organizational-management activities;
9. Organize work in the field of historical and cultural expertise, reception and storage of monuments of historical and cultural heritage;
10. To carry out museum-pedagogical activity, to make its own original contribution in the field of museology, protection of monuments and art history;
11. Use modern methodological principles and methodological techniques of museological research;
12. Demonstrate the ability to analyze, synthesize and evaluate a wide range of information related to the activities of museums and the protection of historical, cultural and natural heritage, to cooperate and work in a team.
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