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Exhibition Studies

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Exhibition Studies

Exhibition Studies is an interdisciplinary minor designed to facilitate successful career options of museum, gallery, collections management and /or cultural institution professions.  The minor requires 18 credits of coursework including 9 credits of 300-400 level coursework taken in residence at WSU or through WSU-approved education abroad or educational exchange courses.  A grade of C or higher must be earned in all courses used to fulfill minor requirements. Required courses include 2 core courses (6 credits) selected from ART 103, 201, 490 (3 credits with the Museum of Art/WSU, departmental approval required), and HISTORY 427.  An additional 2 courses (6 credits) must be selected from ANTH 201, 430; I D 205, and SOC 373. The remaining 6 credits of electives must selected from the following approved courses:  AMDT 308; AMER ST/DTC/ENGLISH 475; ANTH 201, 350, 430; ARCH 456; ART 102, 103, 201, 301, 303, 304, 307, 333, 381, 385, 405, 434, 435; COM 101, 105, 471; DTC/ENGLISH 336; FOR LANG  350; HISTORY 400, 427; ID 205, 305, 312; LND ARCH 327; MGMT 401; SDC 250, 350; SOC 373, 430; SOIL SCI 201, 202; TCH LRN 480.  ANTH 498; ART 490, 495; HISTORY 498, and SOIL SCI 498 and other courses may be used towards the elective coursework requirement if approved by the Department of Art.

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