Courses

Department of History, Public History Courses:

  • HIST 189A & B:  California History
  • HIST 197/205 Introduction to Public History (Spring Semester Only):  Introduction to preservation and presentation of history to the community and to roles historians play in public agencies.  Exploration of archives, museums and historic sites.  Required for admission to Public History Internship or faculty approval.
  • HIST 199:  Public History Internship (Summer & Fall for Fall Semester Credit):  Supervised placement in historical organizations, public institutions and community agencies concerned with preservation of history.  May be repeated for 6 unit maximum.

Undergraduate University-Wide Public History Related Courses:

  • ANTH 013: Archeology
  • ANTH 168A & B: Archaeological Methodology
  • ANTH 169: Archaeological Field Methods
  • ANTH 175: Anthropology of Native America
  • ANTH 176: Indians of California
  • ART 182A & B: Museum and Gallery Operations
  • BUS 128: Accounting for Non-Profit Organizations
  • BUS 173A, B, & C:  Financial Management Theory & Policy, Problems, Small Business
  • COMM 020: Public Speaking
  • EDIT 116:   Instructional Materials Preparation
  • EDIT 127:   Authoring Microcomputer Programs/Web-Based Learning
  • ENVS 134: Topics in Historic Preservation
  • GEOG 165: National Parks
  • GEOG 170: Introduction to Mapping and Geographic Information Systems
  • GEOG 171: Map and GIS Analysis
  • GEOG 187: Urban Field Study and Mapping
  • JOUR 142:  Beginning Visual Journalism for Print/Electronic Media
  • JOUR 144:  Picture Editing for Print/Electronic Media
  • JOUR 145:  Picture Editing for Print/Electronic Media
  • JOUR 163:  Audio and Video Streaming for the Web
  • SOCS 138: California in Historical and Social Scientific Perspectives

Graduate University-Wide Public History Related Courses:

  • LIBR 246: Information Technology Tools and Application-Advanced
  • LIBR 248:   Beginning Cataloging and Classification
  • LIBR 249: Advanced Cataloging and Classification
  • LIBR 256: Archives and Manuscripts
  • LIBR 259: Preservation Management
  • LIBR 266: Collections Management
  • LIBR 264: Seminar in Archives and Records Management