Heritage Studies Concentration

This applied history curriculum is a hands-on experience. The approach is designed not only for students interested in public history, archaeology, and historical preservation; it also serves those students with a passion for cultural memory, folklore, myth, and religion. The program is a cultural one, built on the fundamentals of ethnohistory (an interdisciplinary approach blending history with anthropology, archaeology, art history, etc.). Maintaining the rigor of the traditional major, it adds a practical and applicable set of skills which will serve students who choose to begin their careers immediately after their undergraduate training, in addition to those intending to pursue a post-baccalaureate degree.

Prerequisites

  • HI 107
  • HI 108
  • HI 203
  • HI 204

Required for the Concentration

  • HI 200
  • HI 354
  • HI 401c
      or
    HI 406 (with appropriate research topic)
  • SO 213
  • One of the following
       • TH 216
       • SP 205
       • EN 204
       • RS 206
       • DA 319
       • HI 209
       • HI 311
       • HI 314
       • HI 338
       • HI 412