The minor requires 18 hours distributed among at least three departments.

Core Courses
Select three of the following required courses distributed across three departments:9
Introduction to Archaeology
Introduction to Museum Studies
History of Global Architecture
Ancient Art and Architecture
Artistic Exchanges in the Mediterranean, 500-1400
Historic Preservation and Conservation
Public History
Queer Public Histories
Introduction to the Music of World Cultures
Select a three hour internship or practicum course in one of the affiliated departments3
Select the remaining six hours from the following:6
Additional Core Courses

Additional elective courses may have been approved since publication of this bulletin. The program coordinator maintains a complete list of all approved elective courses. For course descriptions, see the relevant department’s listings in this bulletin.

Cultural Resource Preservation Electives

CHP 200Special Topics (may be repeated for credit if topic changes)1-3
ANT 305Museum Anthropology3
ANT 315Artifact Analysis and Laboratory Methods in Archaeology4
ANT 339Culture and Nature: Introduction to Environmental Anthropology3
ANT 370Origins to Empires: The Archaeology of Africa and Eurasia3
ANT 374North American Archaeology3
ANT 378Conservation Archeology1.5
ANT 381Field Program in Anthropological Archeology3
ANT 382Field Program in Anthropological Archeology3
ANT 385Special Problems Seminar (subject to approval)3
ART 203Islamic Art and Architecture3
ART 204South Asian Art and Architecture3
ART 206Art and Empire: India and Europe, 1500-19003
ART 207Building Empire: Early Modern Islamic Architecture3
ART 208Ottoman Art and Architecture3
ART 240Ancient American Art and Architecture3
ART 244Greek Art and Architecture3
ART 245Art and Architecture of the Roman World3
ART 246Byzantine Art and Architecture3
ART 259The History of Photography3
ART 396Art History Seminar (subject to approval)4
HST 161History Museums1.5
HST 266The History of the Slave South3
HST 267The Making of the Modern South since the Civil War3
HST 302Plants of Empire: Power and Pleasure3
HST 323Wives, Writers, and Witches: Women and Gender in Early Modern Europe, 1500-18003
HST 324Fashion in the Eighteenth Century3
HST 325English Kings, Queens, and Spectacle3
HST 361A History of Hip Hop3
HST 368U.S. Environmental History3
HST 370Topics in North Carolina History (subject to approval)3
MSC 105Performing Arts of Asia3
MSC 106Performing Arts of Bali3

Internships Approved for Cultural Heritage & Preservation Studies Minors

CHP 300Internship1-3
ANT 391Internship in Anthropology1-3
ART 293Practicum3,4
HST 395Internship in History1-3

Students intending to minor in Cultural Heritage & Preservation Studies should consult the program coordinator. Equivalent courses must be approved by the program coordinator.