Quality Education in the Benedictine Tradition
After graduation, Julie plans to serve for a year with Amate House, an Archdiocese of Chicago service program.
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School of Humanities and Fine Arts
Minor in Public HistoryThe minor in Public History consists of 18 credit hours. Required courses are H! 201, HI 202, HI 550 (to be taken in that order) and HI 306 or HI 258. The remaining six (6) credits may come from the following course options: AN 230, AR 280, AR 310, HI 307, HI 254. The option list may change as new courses are developed; check with the department chair or your advisor for the most current list.
Recommended courses that would be a good complement to the minor include: HI 106, HI 107, HI 223, AR 102 and AR 200.