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Graduate Programs

Explore social, political, intellectual, and cultural history from the 17th to the early 20th centuries through the collections in Winterthur’s museum and library. Our beautiful garden and grounds make Winterthur a fabulous place for students focusing on architecture, craftsmanship, horticulture, interior design, set design, and even American literature.

Winterthur’s graduate program, through the University of Delaware hosts 750 students working towards a Master of Arts degree or a doctoral degree in history, art history and related fields. Others work as curators, directors, educators, and development officers for museums, historic sites, and other arts organizations.

Students in the Winterthur and University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation work towards a Master of Science degree in art conservation. Some pursue the doctoral degree in materials science, preservation studies, or related fields. Others work as conservators either in institutions or as private consultants.

If you’d like to continue your education with Winterthur, contact our staff at academicprograms@winterthur.org
or 302.888.4649 to arrange a tour.

Graduate Programs

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Winterthur Program in American Material Culture
This two-year program provides a multidisciplinary approach to the study of American…

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Winterthur/UD Program in Art Conservation
This three-year masters level program in art conservation is one of only…

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