Public History Minor

The Public History Minor consists of 3.0 credits which include 1.5 credits of required History courses and 1.5 credits chosen from a list of elective courses.
A minimum of 2.0 credits must be at the senior level.

Required History courses
1.0 credit:
HI240 - The Active Historian
HI323 - Memory, Monuments and Museums (CSL Placement)

0.5 credit chosen from:
HI124 - History Detectives
HI133 - History and Popular Culture in the Modern World
HI256 - Human Rights in World History
HI260 - History on Film
HI286 - Interpreting Digital Data
HI394 - Local and Family History: Researching our Past (Online)

An additional 1.5 credits (3 x 0.5 credit courses) from the following list:
AR101 - Invitation to Archaeology
AR228 - Who Owns the Past?
DMJN202 - Cross-Media Storytelling
DMJN252/HR252 - Designing Digital and Social Media
HR322/OL322 - Non-Profits and NGOs
ID205/SOJE205 - Indigenous Peoples and the Academy
SOJE204 - Social and Environmental Justice in Practice
UX100 - Design Thinking I: Foundations
UX205 - Information Design

Additional Information

  1. Students should be aware that some of these courses have prerequisites.  Although these prerequisites may be waived by the program or department administering the course, it is the responsibility of the student to make such arrangements.
  2. Refer also to Regulations Governing All Minors.