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Subject: Mid-career training at Queens University

Mid-career training at Queens University

From: Barbara Whitney Keyser <bwk1>
Date: Thursday, October 14, 1999
Mid-Career Master of Art Conservation program at Queen's University

Conservators with a minimum of five years' experience are invited to
apply for admission to the Master of Art Conservation (Research)
degree program. In response to the need for mid-career training,
this degree path is suitable for busy professionals with limited
time for further studies.

Students are expected to complete course work and research during an
initial eight to twelve month on-campus residency period; the thesis
may be completed after students return to their place of employment.

The MAC (Research) degree requires advanced lecture courses and
completion of a thesis.  Academic requirements for admission include
B.A. with minimum B+ average and one year of general
university-level chemistry plus one semester of organic chemistry
(with lab).

Inquiries about this degree program may be addressed to:

    Coordinator of Graduate Studies
    Art Conservation Program
    Department of Art
    Queen's University
    Kingston ON K7L 3N6
    Fax: 613-533-6889

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