PASSIONATE ABOUT HISTORY? BRING THE PAST TO LIFE.
A minor in Public History will prepare you to work in a range of professional settings:
You’ll find public historians in many roles, including digital media, documentary filmmaking, genealogical services, corporate records, and much more.
The minor lays a valuable foundation for those interested in graduate work in Public History. Students from all majors are welcome.
Core courses offer both academic and practical training, and you can tailor your coursework to your professional interests by choosing from a wide range of interdisciplinary electives. The internship requirement offers students the opportunity for hands-on training for university credit. All it takes is 18 credit hours.
Public History Minor (18 hours)
Required Coursework: 12 hours (all courses are 3 credit hours unless otherwise noted)
Electives: 6 hours (all courses are 3 credit hours unless otherwise noted)
Questions? Contact the Public History Minor Coordinator Dr. Camden Burd at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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