Museum Studies - Minor

The minor in Museum Studies is offered in cooperation with the College of Liberal Arts, the College of Architecture, and the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. The increase of collections, curatorial facilities and museums ensures this minor is a wise choice for any student with an interest in Anthropology or related fields. The minor will provide students with a foundational understanding of museum studies while giving them professional experience working in a museum. Coursework includes a minimum of 15 hours, including one core course (3 hours), one internship course (3 hours), and three elective courses (9 hours).

ANTH 421Museums and Their Functions3
ANTH 484Anthropology Internship3
Minor Electives9
Select from the following:
Historical Archaeology
Archaeological Artifact Conservation
Archaeological Photography
The Arts of America
Foundations of Historic Preservation
Philosophy of Art
Methods of Environmental Interpretation
Art, Culture and Time Based Media
Total Semester Credit Hours15

Minimum of six hours at the 300-400 level.

Students must make a grade of "C" or better in all courses.