Courses

THIS PAGE PRESENTS COURSES OFFERED IN THE CURRENT SEMESTER AND RECENT SEMESTERS AS WELL AS INFORMATION ON CHAMP’S INTERDISCIPLINARY GRADUATE MINORS.
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FALL 2024
AFRO 490: Theory in African American Studies
AIS 502: Indigenous Decolonial Methods
AIS 503: Seminar in Indigenous Studies
Anth 456: Contemporary Archaeology
Anth 558: Key Issues in Heritage Studies
IS 418: Community Engagement
IS 510: Libaries, Information and Society
IS 543: Digital Preservation
MUSE 500: Core Problems in Museum Theory and Practice

SPRING 2024
Anth 420: Case Studies in Global Heritage
Arch 510: History of World Landscapes
LA 594:  Memory, Story Telling and Equity in Historic Preservation
LAW 305: Art and Cultural Property Law
RST 570: Cultural Aspects of Tourism

FALL 2023
Anth 433: Communication and Culture
Anth 453: Landscape Archaeology
LA 501: Landscape Architecture Theory and Practice

SPRING 2023
Anth 420: Case Studies in Global Heritage
Anth 462: Museum Theory and Practice
Anth 557: Social Construction of Space
Arch 510: History of World Landscapes
RST 570: Cultural Aspects of Tourism

FALL 2022
Anth 456: Contemporary Archaeology
Anth 460: Heritage Management
LA 406: Landscape and Vision

SPRING 2022
Anth 420: Case Studies in Global Heritage
MUSE 589: Special Topics in Museum Studies

FALL 2021
Anth 460: Heritage Management
LA 501: Landscape Architecture Theory and Practice
LA 505: Method in Architectural and Landscape History

SPRING 2021
Anth 462: Museum Theory and Practice
Anth 557: Social Construction of Space/Heritage Conflict
Information Science 510: Libraries, Information and Society
Information Science 523: Preserving Information Resources
Information Science 543: Digital Preservation
LA 513: History of World Landscapes
RST 570: Cultural Aspects of Tourism

FALL 2020
Anth 453: Landscape Archaeology
Information Science 510: Libraries, Information and Society
Information Science 543: Digital Preservation
MUSE 500: Core Problems in Museum Theory and Practice

SPRING 2020
Anth 570: Cultural Aspects of Tourism
ADV 476: Global Advertising
Arch 518: History of World Landscapes
EURO 502: The EU in a Global Context
LA 427: American Vernacular Cultural Landscapes
LA 513: History of World Landscapes

FALL 2019
Anth 460: Heritage Management
Arch 591: Architectural History and Preservation
Engl 503: Historiography of Cinema
Euro 501: EU Institutions and Governance
LA 501: Landscape Architecture Theory and Practice
LA 506: Landscape and Vision
Music 520: Social Theory in Ethnomusicology
MUSE 500: Core Problems in Museum Theory and Practice
RST 450: Tourism Planning and Development

* GRADUATE MINOR IN HERITAGE STUDIES (appears on the student’s transcript)
* GRADUATE MINOR IN MUSEUM STUDIES 
(appears on the student’s transcript)

REQUIREMENTS FOR THE HERITAGE STUDIES GRADUATE MINOR:
http://catalog.illinois.edu/graduate/faa/minor/heritage-studies/
http://catalog.illinois.edu/graduate/faa/minor/heritage-studies/#degreerequirementstext
http://catalog.illinois.edu/graduate/graduate-minors/heritage-studies/#minortext
TO SUMMARIZE:
STUDENTS MUST TAKE 2 OF THE FOLLOWING 3 COURSES:
Anth 460/LA460: Heritage Management 

LA 594/Anth 594: Cultural Heritage
RST 570/Anth 570: Cultural Aspects of Tourism
Students also must take an additional 2 elective courses (or 1 more course
if they have taken all three courses listed above). That elective 
course selection
will be made from an approved list and should be consulted with
Dr. Lori Davis for students in
Landscape Architecture or with Dr. Helaine Silverman for students in other departments. These electives must relate to heritage studies in a reasonable way.

In addition, the minor requires students to do a final project or paper in consultation with CHAMP’s director and the relevant faculty advisor.

REQUIREMENTS FOR THE MUSEUM STUDIES GRADUATE MINOR:
MUSE 500: Core Problems in Museum Theory and Practice (required)
The student then chooses 3 elective courses from the following list,
at least one of which must be at 500 level. Students are warned

that they may NOT “double-dip” for the two grad minors.
Anth 460: Heritage Management
Anth 560: Anthropology and Law
Art H 460: Museum Management (Phillips Collection internship)
ArtH 539: Academies of Art
ArtH 560: Collections, Museums and Patrons
CI 590: Critical Public Pedagogies
LIS 490: Museum Informatics
LIS 590: Community Information Systems
MUSE 420: Collections Management
MUSE 440: Museum Registration
MUSE 589: Special Topics in Museum Studies
– Museum Ethnography
– Organizational Behavior of Museums
In addition, the minor requires students to do a final project or paper in
consultation with Dr. Susan Frankenberg, Coordinator of the Museum Studies Minor. CONTACT: sfranken@illinois.edu

UIUC’s SCHOOL OF INFORMATION SCIENCES (“ischool”) OFFERS
MS in Information Management
https://ischool.illinois.edu/academics/degrees/msim
MS in Library and Information Science
https://ischool.illinois.edu/academics/degrees/mslis

For more information contact Dr. Mike Twidale (twidale@illinois.edu)