Queen’s University – School of Graduate Studies
School of Graduate Studies
Gordon Hall, Room 425
Canada K7L 3N6
|Faculty:||Faculty of Arts and Science|
|Field of Study:||Art History, Criticism and Conservation|
|Description||Art conservation is an exciting and challenging multidisciplinary field involving the examination, interpretation, analysis and conservation of cultural, historic and artistic objects. Queen’s University offers Canada’s only Master’s degree program in art conservation. This program provides the foundation necessary for professional conservation scientists and conservators who must rely on their knowledge of both the humanities and the sciences to understand the creation and production of material culture in past and present contexts and to ensure its preservation for the future. Research is individually designed to suit the background and interests of students and faculty. Topics may be in history of technology or other conservation related areas.|
|Website:||Art Conservation – Research (M.A.C.) at Queen’s University – School of Graduate Studies|
|Cost per year:||
Cost per year includes tuition and fees for the 2017-2018 academic year.
For international students, if required, a minimum TOEFL total score of 600 (paper-based) or TOEFL iBT minimum scores of: writing (24/30); speaking (22/30); reading (22/30); listening (20/30), for a total of 88/120.
|Additional Admission Requirements:||
Applicants are required to have: a four-year Honours bachelor degree in humanities, sciences or engineering with a minimum B+ average (or equivalent); one full-year, post-secondary course in fine art studio or workshop practice (or equivalent); three terms of chemistry at the university level, including at least one term of organic chemistry, all courses preferably with a laboratory component; and a minimum of five years of work experience as a conservator. Applicants with an undergraduate degree in the humanities must have a minimum of five full-year courses in art history, ethnology, archaeology, or equivalent. Applicants with a science or engineering undergraduate degree must have a minimum of two full year courses in art history, ethnology, archaeology, or equivalent.