This is the first interview for Seton Hall University featuring Gillian Suss. She graduated in 2009 and currently works at an art museum as a Collection Management Assistant. Thank you, Gillian, for these answers!
Why did you choose Seton Hall University?
I chose Seton Hall because it felt like the best “fit” for me. I really wanted a program that would provide me with hands-on learning opportunities, and I believe that the registration and collections management courses at SHU did that. I was also able to save money while going to SHU by living at my parents’ house and through a part- and then full-time assistantship with the program.
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Updated on February 11, 2017 to incorporate additional responses.
This is the review for Seton Hall University’s MA in Museum Professions. If you don’t know already, here are some quick facts about the university and its program:
- Seton Hall is one of the oldest diocesan universities in the U.S.
- total graduate student enrollment is 4,300
- the overall rate of employment six months after graduation in 2015 was 88%
- some museums graduates work at include the Museum of Modern Art, Country Music Hall of Fame, and the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art
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