Student Learning Outcomes

  • Students will gain an understanding of the key issues surrounding the politics and practice of public history, museum studies, cultural resource management, archaeology, and related fields
  • Students will gain hands-on work experience and opportunities for networking in the field
  • Students will develop their oral and written communication skills through coursework, fieldwork, and internship requirements
  • Students will explore the ways general audiences construct and maintain ideas about the past

Student projects

See World War II Propaganda Posters Become Focus of Student Digital Projects from Professor Jill Ogline Titus’s Fall 2019 Introduction to Public History (HIST 301).