The immersion in museum studies introduces students to the history, theory, and practice of institutional collecting, exhibiting, storing, and preserving our cultural heritage in museums, archives, collections, galleries, and libraries. It also provides students with an introduction to public history, the technical investigation of art, the history and theory of exhibitions, and interactive design for museums. This immersion is closed to students majoring in museum studies.
|Choose three of the following:*|
|HIST-322||Monuments and Memory|
|HIST-323||America’s National Parks|
|HIST-325||Museums and History|
|MUSE-220||Introduction to Museums and Collecting|
|MUSE-221/HIST-221||Introduction to Public History|
|MUSE-223||Historic Photographic Processes|
|MUSE-224||History and Theory of Exhibitions|
|MUSE-225||Museums and the Digital Age|
|MUSE-341||Museum Education and Interpretation|
|MUSE-358||Legal and Ethical Issues for Collecting Institutions|
|MUSE-360||Visitor Engagement and Technologies|
* Students must take at least one MUSE course and one HIST course. The third course may be taken from either discipline.