The certificate may enhance degrees in American Studies, Anthropology, Archaeology, Architecture, Art, Art History, Business Administration, History, Library and Information Science, Pacific Island Studies, Political Science, Travel Industry Management, and compliment certificate programs in Historic Preservation and International Cultural Studies.
Prospective applicants must apply for classified admission to the program through the Graduate Division Admission office. To apply online, visit University of Hawaii Online Admission Application and follow the onscreen instructions or download an application and fee payment form. Applicants are also required to mail directly to the Graduate Admissions Office an official transcript from each university attended.
The deadline for Fall admission is March 1; the deadline for Spring admission is September 1.
Prospective students should send the following two forms directly to the Museum Studies Program (c/o American Studies Department):
You may email “Supplemental Information Form” and “State of Objectives Form” as attachments to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to:
Museums Studies Graduate Certificate Program
C/o Dept. of American Studies
324 Moore Hall
1890 East-West Road
University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa
Honolulu, HI 96822
GRE scores and two letters of recommendation for Museum Studies Graduate Certificate applicants are not required.
If you are a current UHM graduate student and would like to pursue a graduate certificate concurrently, download the Concurrent Graduate Certificate Program Application Form and submit it to the Graduate Division Admission office.
Concurrent applicants should send the following two forms directly to the Museum Studies Program (c/o American Studies Department):
Cost of Attendance
For more information on the cost of attendance, please visit the Graduate Division web site for current tuition schedules.
Please be aware that financial aid is not provided for students enrolled in the Museum Studies Graduate Certificate Program only.