The Skirball Department of Hebrew and Judaic Studies has a cooperative arrangement with the Program in Museum Studies that allows students to pursue the M.A. degree in Hebrew and Judaic Studies with a concentration in Museum Studies. Completion of the M.A. with this concentration requires 38 points, of which 24 are taken in Hebrew and Judaic Studies; a full summer internship in a museum or cultural institution; and all examination and paper requirements for the M.A. degree in Hebrew and Judaic Studies. This specific area of study is intended primarily for those who are or will be working as museum professionals in collections relating to Jewish history and civilization. Students interested in the M.A. with a concentration in museum studies should consult the director of graduate studies of the Skirball Department of Hebrew and Judaic Studies or the Program in Museum Studies.