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Minor - Museum Studies

Minor - Museum Studies


The minor in museum studies is an interdisciplinary course of study introducing students to museum history and practice and affording the opportunity to explore career paths in museums, public history, and public humanities.

Course Requirements

The interdisciplinary museum studies minor consists of 18 credit hours, including Muse 201 or AH 412, 12 credit hours of approved electives chosen from the list below, and 3 credit hours of internship approved by the director. At least 6 credit hours must be outside of the student’s major discipline(s). The same course may not satisfy requirements for both a major and a minor. Students who complete relevant internship, study abroad, or special topics courses must consult with the director prior to enrollment in the course.

Approved Electives

Internship Courses

Other Academic Requirements

A minimum grade of C is required for all courses that apply to the minor.

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