Public History Certificate Courses

  • History Workshop - 506:299 (offered each semester)
  • Public History: Theory, Method, & Practice - 506:301 (offered each Spring)
  • A course in oral history or digital history (offered each Spring)
  • Public History Internship - 506:451 (offered each semester)
  • An approved elective in New Jersey history, historic preservation, documentary filmmaking, or other related topics (offered each semester; see full list below)

FALL 2024 CERTIFICATE COURSES

 

SPRING 2024 CERTIFICATE COURSES

 

Approved Electives

Additional elective options may be available from semester to semester. This list is accurate as of November 2020.  If you are interested in a relevant public history or public humanities-oriented course, you can submit a petition to the program coordinator to have that course counted toward the certificate.


American Studies

  • 050:281 Architecture and Cultural Change on Old Queens Campus
  • 050:284 American Studies Media Culture Project
  • 050:291 Jerseyana: New Jersey as a Culture
  • 050:300 Museums, Monuments, and American Culture
  • 050:350 Festival Curation Seminar
  • 050:450 Seminar in Folk Festival Management
  • 050:223 Learning from the Past: Early America and the 21st Century
  • 050:264 American Folklife
  • 050:291 Jerseyana: New Jersey as a Culture
  • 050:350 Festival Curation Seminar

Anthropology

  • 070:208 Survey of Historical Archaeology
  • 070:333 Colonial Archaeology
  • 070:393 Cultural Resource Management
  • 070:380 Culture, Memory, History
  • 070: 105 Introduction to Archaeology
  • 070: 313 Historical Archaeology

Art History

  • 082:430 Cultural Heritage Preservation
  • 082:300 History of Modern Crafts and Design
  • 082:441 Topics in Historic Preservation
  • 082:444 Studies in Architectural Preservation
  • 082:445 Studies in the Art & Architecture of New Jersey
  • 082:391 Nineteenth Century Architecture & Society in the US
  • 082:447 Historic Preservation Internship
  • 082:332 African American Art
  • 082:441 Significance of Objects: Material Culture Studies

English

  • 351:314 Documentary Filmmaking for Writers

Geography

  • 450:331 New Jersey
  • 450:321 Geographic Information Systems
  • 450:208 Maps, Power, & Digital World
  • 450:103 Human Geography: Space, Place, & Location

Landscape Architecture

  • 11:550:330 History of Landscape Architecture
  • 11:550:430 Advanced Landscape History Seminar
  • 11:550:275 Practices of Power in the Built Environment
  • 11:550:301 Social & Cultural Aspects of Design

History

  • 512:310 New Jersey History
  • 508:209 Jerusalem Contested
  • 512:220 Family History
  • 508:110 Political Islam
  • 512:235 Accidents & Disasters in the US and the World
  • 506:391 Any CHAPS (Cultural Heritage or Preservation Studies)

Political Science

  • 790:305 Public Policy Formation
  • 790:341 Public Administration
  • 790:316 Politics, Literature, and the Arts

Women & Gender Studies

  • 988:200 Gender, Digital Media, & Social Curation