Program Introduction

Established in 2012, the Heritage Studies for a Global Society Program at Regis College admits eight to ten students per year. The program offers an MA in Heritage Studies, a certificate in Museum Studies, and a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies (CAGS) in Heritage Studies. We also have an articulation agreement with the Salve Regina University PhD program in the Humanities.

Degrees Offered

  • Other

Program Strengths

  • Historical Administration
  • Local/Community History
  • Museum Studies
  • Oral History

Credit Hour Requirements


How Many Students are Admitted Annually




Financial Aid Available

Graduate Assistantships

Deadline To Apply

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis

Internship Requirements

None. Experiential learning is encouraged in the program, and facilitated through practicum courses, but internships per se are not required.

Places Where Students Have Interned During the Past 3 Years

• Spellman Stamp Museum
• Strawberry Banke

Employers Who Have Hired Graduates from this Program within the Past Five Years

• U.S. Army Civilian Corps
• Strawberry Banke
• Moffat-Ladd House
• Massachusetts Bay Community Collage
• La Laboratoire Art Gallery (Cambridge, MA)

Degrees Offered

  • Other