Public History

The MINOR IN PUBLIC HISTORY WILL HELP PROVIDE STUDENTS WITH A DEEPER UNDERSTANDING OF THE ROLE THAT HISTORIANS PLAY IN SETTINGS OUTSIDE OF ACADEMIA.  Students will take 18 hours OF a variety of required and ELECTIVE courses to fulfill the requirements for the minor.

Required courses (6 hours):

Hist 4307  public history PRACTICES

Hist 4305 history internship

Elective courses (12 hours) choose four from the classes below:

ANTH 2301 INTRODUCTION TO ARCHEOLOGY

ANTH 2302 INTRODUCTION TO ANTHROPOLOGY

ARTS 2303 HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE

GEOG 2472 INTRODUCTION TO GIS

GEOG 4429 ADVANCED GIS

HIST 4309 PUBLIC HISTORY TOPICS

HIST 4346 TEXAS HISTORY

MKTG 3324 PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING

POLS 4314 STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND ADMINISTRATION

MANY OF THE ABOVE CLASSES HAVE PREREQUISITES.  Please check the course catalogue for further information.

NOTE: FOR STUDENTS WHO MAJOR IN HISTORY AND MINOR IN PUBLIC HISTORY,  THE LISTED HISTORY CLASSES CAN COUNT FOR EITHER THE MAJOR IN HISTORY OR THE MINOR IN PUBLIC HISTORY, BUT NOT FOR BOTH.

MINOR advisor: DR. ANDERS GREENSPAN   EMAIL: kuag2013@tamuk.edu

This page was last updated on: October 28, 2015