Master's Degree in Libraries and Heritage Collections | Master's degree | Media & Communications | On Campus | 2 years | Universitat de Barcelona | Spain
The master's degree Libraries and Heritage Collections is a blended program of 60 credits that provides professional training in the management and treatment of cultural assets in the form of bibliographic materials and documents. The master's degree is offered every two years and includes compulsory work placements, which are designed to assist students in finding employment, as well as a final project in the field of heritage.
The master's degree focuses on the management, treatment, dissemination and promotion of heritage. The aim is to train professionals who can master the processes and techniques of information creation, analysis, management and evaluation. The role played by heritage centres in knowledge dissemination has turned heritage into an essential element of European cultural policy. Bibliographic and documentary heritage is a key aspect of this policy and demand for accessing and consulting heritage assets continues to grow.
The master's program takes an interdisciplinary approach and is open to degree holders with various qualifications. The training adopts a broad view of cultural heritage so that professionals and graduates in a wide range of disciplines will find the degree beneficial.
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