MA in Museum Studies Tour
My name is Mallory and I am the admission counselor for the Museum Studies program. Recently I had the opportunity to go to Florence to learn more about the program and visit with current students and faculty. It was the experience of a lifetime and I learned a great deal while I was there. Florence is rich in architectural history. Everything from housing to classroom space provides a unique learning environment. Here's a photo tour of what you'll see as a Marist Museum Studies graduate student
Marist College Conference Room
Isn’t this amazing?
Marist’s Office located at Via del Giglio 6
Via Faenza, 43
This is one of the buildings that houses the cafeteria, classrooms, and some administration offices.
Bulletin board located in Via Faenza, 43
with postings and recommendations of different places to go with directions.
The trips students can sign up for sounded amazing!
The classrooms were small but great for one-on-one attention between students and professors.
Wine Tasting Classroom
Where do I sign up? :-)
Classroom in a Church
All of the graduate housing units were different but I loved the walls in this apartment.
Bathroom in Graduate Housing
View from one of the Graduate Apartments
Can you imagine that being the view from your apartment? This is the Duomo, a beautiful cathedral located in the heart of Florence.
Another nice view!
Current Museum Studies students in the classroom
Italian Language Classroom
Beautiful View of Florence
Ponte Vecchio and the Arno River
I hope you've enjoyed these photos. If you're excited to learn more about the Marist campus in Florence and the MA in Museum Studies program, please contact me!