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This minor is available to students who are interested in the burgeoning field of public history. Public historians work in a variety of areas, the three most common being historic preservation, museum/archival work and the area of cultural resource manager. The minor can support majors in political science, public relations, journalism, geography, conservation and management, as well as other areas.
|Hist 33-501||Introduction to Public History||3|
|Hist 33-344||American Folklife||3|
|Hist 33-590||Historical Resource Internship||3|
|Hist 33-590||Historical Resource Internship (Directed Archival)||2|
|PolS 34-332||Principles of Public Administration||3|
|Electives (choose from any of the following)||9|
|Hist 33-350||American Military History||3|
|Hist 33-360||The American Woman||3|
|Hist 33-530||The Old South||3|
|Hist 33-534||The Civil War and Reconstruction||3|
|Hist 33-562||State and Local History||3|
|Hist 33-582||Frontiers in American History||3|
Other advisor-approved electives could include:
|Total Hours Required||23|