The Master of Arts in History, Plan B, Public History Specialization, Historic Preservation option is a broad interdisciplinary program focusing on the identification, interpretation, and rehabilitation of the historic built environment including buildings, structures, neighborhoods, and landscapes. Historians typically work in administrative or consulting positions using their historical training to research and evaluate the significance of architecture to its historic context.
Effective Fall 2011
|HIST 354||American Architectural History||3|
|HIST 501||Historical Method: Historiography||3|
|HIST 503||Historical Method: Preservation||3|
|HIST 511||Reading Seminar: U.S. to 1877||3|
|HIST 512||Reading Seminar: U.S. Since 1877||3|
|HIST 502||Historical Method: Archives||3|
|or HIST 504||Historical Method: Museums|
|Select two of the following courses:||6|
|Reading Seminar-Europe to 1815|
|Reading Seminar-Europe Since 1815|
|Reading Seminar: Africa|
|Reading Seminar: Latin America|
|Reading Seminar: Middle East|
|Reading Seminar: East Asia|
|Reading Seminar: South Asia|
|Reading Seminar--World Environmental History|
|or HIST 587||Internship|
|HIST 611||Research Seminar: United States||3|
|or HIST 640||Research Seminar: State and Local History|
|Program Total Credits:||36|
A minimum of 36 credits are required to complete this program.
HIST and/or non-HIST courses numbered 300-699, chosen in consultation with advisor.