Centennial College’s Culture and Heritage Site Management program will offer you the particular skill set you need to manage a multitude of establishments and facilities that house culture and heritage resources.
In the program, practical management topics and industry-based subjects relevant to this largely publicly run or not-for-profit culture and heritage sector are combined with an in-depth exploration of issues and cases pertinent to current challenges confronting cultural and heritage organizations at home and abroad.
This School of Communications, Media and Design program has fostered partnerships with local, regional, provincial and national institutions and establishments. One such organization will serve as a field placement for you during the second semester of the Culture and Heritage Site Management program.
College diploma or university degree in any discipline
We will consider applicants with partial post secondary education and relevant work experience in the field.
Culture and Heritage Management Essentials
Financial Management and Planning for the Culture and Heritage Sector
Culture and Heritage Marketing and Strategy
Grants, Fundraising and Sponsorship
Collections and Exhibit Management; Educational and Interpretive Programming
Innovative Technologies in the Culture and Heritage Sector
National Historic Site Management
Leadership in the Culture and Heritage Sector
Culture and Heritage Customer Relationship Management
Municipal Cultural Planning
Issues in Heritage, Museums and Galleries
Culture and Heritage Industry Field Placement
Museum Registrar Clerk
Areas of Employment
National historic sites
Municipal and not-for-profit museums
National and provincial parks
World heritage sites
Federal, provincial and municipal cultural funding agencies
Arts service organizations
Related not-for-profit arts, cultural and heritage organizations
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