Undergraduate students are welcome in Public History courses to explore academic and career possiblities in this fast growing field. Students should consult with their major advisor and a member of the Public History faculty on how to best to incorporate Public History courses in their history degree program.
Undergraduate students considering a career in public history are welcome to take any public history courses, especially the following three:
- HIST 4234, Introduction to Public History
- HIST 4232, Historic Preservation
- HIST 4231, History in Museums
UC Denver's History Department offers Public History undergraduate courses and as a major or minor field of the Master's Program. An eighteen-hour Graduate Certificate in Historoic Preservation, offered in conjuction with the UC Denver's College of Architecture and Planning, allows students a more intersive concentration in Historic Preservation. Whether or not students focus on public history as undergraduates, they are welcome to apply to the MA graduate program in history where a major and a minor in public history are offered.
For further information, inquiries should be addressed to the Director of Public History and Preservation, Tom Noel, at 303-556-2044 or Tom.Noel@ucdenver.edu.