Courses Outside of Museum Studies

Here is a list of possible courses you could take outside of the department. This is in no way a comprehensive list. Please check with Dr. Welsh before enrolling in any course to make sure it is approved.

(List currently reflects offerings for Spring & Fall 2015)

Professional

  • ABSC 509 Contmp Bhvrl Sci:Hst,Cncp&Cmpr
  • ABSC 632 Adv Child Behavior&Development
  • ABSC 702 Curriclm Dvlpmnt Young Childrn
  • ACCT 543 Introduction to Auditing
  • ADS 530 Intra Design Problems:
  • ADS 560 Topics in Design
  • ADS 710 Adv Humn Factrs Interactn Dsgn
  • ADS 750 Design Management
  • ADS 765 Interaction Design
  • ARCH 600 Special Topcs in Architecture
  • ARCH 614 Freehand Drawing
  • ARCH 626 Bldng Techn I:Constr Sys&Asmbl
  • ARCH 648 Historic Preservation
  • ARCH 658 Programming &Pre-Design Issues
  • C&T 709 Foundatn of Curriclm&Instructn
  • C&T 741 Comprehen&Stdy Stratg Mult
  • C&T 800 Foundatns of Curriculum Develp
  • C&T 802 Curriculm Planning Educ Settng
  • C&T 803 Differentiatg Currclm&Instrctn
  • C&T 806 Instructionl Strategies&Models
  • C&T 807 Multicultural Education
  • C&T 900 Curnt Trnds&Isues Curr&Instrn
  • DSCI 934 Seminar in Probability & Stat
  • EECS 541 Computer Systems Design Labr I
  • ELPS 757 Education in American Society
  • ELPS 760 Integratn of Educational Tech
  • ELPS 810 Educational Media Development
  • ELPS 830 Foundation Multicultural Educ
  • ELPS 853 Staff Evaluation & Development
  • ELPS 871 Introd to Qualitative Research
  • ​EPSY 704 Adv Ed Psyc:Learng Proc in Edu
  • INDD 510 Human Factors in Design 
  • MGMT 701 Organizational Behavior
  • MGMT 710 Ldrshp Philosophy & Practice
  • MGMT 713 Managing People
  • MKTG 701 Marketing Management
  • MKTG 715 Consumer Behavior
  • MKTG 717 Integrated Marketing Communications
  • PUAD 603 Foundations of Nonprofit Sector
  • PUAD 606 Nonprofit Accountability
  • PUAD 660 Orgs and Management I
  • PUAD 661 Orgs and Management II
  • PUAD 837 Budgeting&Resource Allocation 
  • PUAD 839 Tpcs in Public Administration
  • PUAD 854 Innovation & Org Change
  • PUAD 857 Performance Mgmt & Governance
  • PUAD 934 Research Methods in Public Adm
  • SPED 725 Intro Psyc&Educ Chld&Yth Disab
  • SPED 750 Curriculm&Methds Early Childhd 
  • SPED 772 Particptn with Chld&Yth Disab
  • SW 730 Human Behavior in Social Envirn
  • THR 603 Theatre for Young Audiences 
  • UBPL 760 Historic Preservation Planning 
  • VAE 599 Cmnty Basd Prjct in Art Eductn

Conceptual 

  • AAAS 542 The History of Islam in Africa
  • AAAS 611 History Black Power Movement
  • AAAS 716 Women in Islam
  • AAAS 720 Intrcultrl Cmmnictn:Afro-Amrcn
  • AAAS 801 Intro Africna Stds:Afrcn-Amrcn
  • AAAS 812 The Black Power Movement
  • AMS 510 Hist Amercn Womn:Colonial-1870
  • AMS 801 Introduction American Studies
  • AMS 802 Theorizing America
  • ANTH 503 Topcs Biological Anthropology
  • ANTH 690 Social Construction the Self
  • ANTH 761 Introd to Medical Anthropology
  • ANTH 766 Topcs Biological Anthropology
  • ANTH 775 Seminar Cultural Anthropology
  • ANTH 853 Theor&Currnt Problm Archaeolgy
  • BIOL 500 Biology of Insects
  • BIOL 509 Biology of Spiders
  • BIOL 595 Human Genetics
  • BIOL 714 Community & Ecosystem Ecology
  • CLSX 525 Aegean Arch & Art
  • EALC 583 Imperial China
  • EALC 588 Japan, 1853-1945
  • EALC 590 Tpcs in East Asian Lang&Cultr:
  • EALC 615 Ancient China
  • FMS 592 Documentary Film and Video
  • FMS 880 Devlopmnt Amer Pop Culture in
  • FMS 888 Spec Prob Film Histry&Criticsm
  • GEOG 571 Topics in Cultural Geography 
  • GEOG 771 Topics in Cultural Geography 
  • GEOL 921 Adv Invertebrate Paleontology
  • GIST 502 Advncd Topcs South Asian Stds
  • HA 533 Eur Art 1789-1848:Gendr&Revltn
  • HA 564 European Art, 1900-1945 
  • HA 566 Art Frm 1945-1980:Mdrn/Pst-Mdr
  • HA 591 Special Study in Asian Art
  • HA 594 Special Study Renaissance Art
  • HA 706 Smnr Spcl Prbs in Art History
  • HA 788 Proseminar in Japanese Art
  • HA 906 Smnr on Spcl Prbs in Art Hist
  • HA 935 Smnr Nrthrn Reniassance Art
  • HA 955 Seminar in 19th Century Art
  • HA 990 Seminar in Japanese Art 
  • HIST 528 Economic History of Europe 
  • HIST 579 The History of Brazil
  • HIST 583 Imperial China 
  • HIST 588 Japan, 1853-1945
  • HIST 628 American Economic Development
  • HIST 805 The Nature of History
  • HIST 892 Collqm American Hist 20th c
  • ISP 504 Topics Indigenous Nations Std
  • ISP 800 Indgenous Issues United States 
  • ISP 824 Federal Indian Law 
  • JWSH 523 The Dead Sea Scrolls 
  • JWSH 572 Jewish Folklore
  • MUSC 560 Music in World Cultures
  • MUSC 757 Music of the Twentieth Century
  • PCS 555 Tpcs in Peace&Conflict Stdies
  • REES 512 Siberia: Yesterday & Today
  • REL 502 Spc Topics in Religion
  • RUSS 604 Contemporary Russian Culture 
  • SOC 521 Wealth, Power, & Inequality
  • SOC 722 Sociology of Gender 
  • SW 555 Divrsty,Opprs&Soc Jus:Cult Com
  • WGSS 701 Smnr in Wmn, Gndr&Sexuality Studies

Courses Recommended by MUSE Alumni

  • ANTH 543 Anthropology of Food & Nutrition
  • ANTH 672 Meat and Drink in America
  • ARCH 648 Historic Preservation
  • HIST 591 Food in History: West & East
  • PRE 700 Dvelpmnt & Edu of the Adolescent
  • PRE 702 Dvelpmnt & Edu of the Child
  • PRE 704 Learning Processes in Edu
  • WGSS 701 Wmn Gndr Sex Stds in Archives
  • WGSS 510 Hist of Amer Women: Colonial-1870
  • WGSS 511 Hist of Amer Women: 1870-Present

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Museum Events

German-American History Talk and Gallery Tour
Saturday, October 21 | 2 p.m.-3:30 p.m.
Watkins Museum of History, 1047 Massachusetts St.
Prof. William Keel of KU speaks on local German-American history, then we move to the third floor for a special tour of our new exhibit Community and Culture: The Lawrence Turnverein, with Watkins curator Brittany Keegan and Dr. Lorie Vanchena of KU.

My Name is Sallie Performance
October 25-26 | 7 p.m.-8 p.m.
Spencer Museum of Art, Gallery 317, Sam & Connie Perkins Central Court
This experimental, immersive musical theater experience tells the story of the founding gift of art to the University of Kansas that became the Spencer Museum of Art. Created by Spencer Archivist Robert Hickerson and featuring the talents of artists and students from across the community. The performance is a free special preview event and part of the centennial celebration of our collection. Tickets are available through Eventbrite https://www.eventbrite.com/e/my-name-is-sallie-tickets-37725266287.

Science of the Macabre
Thursday, October 26 | 7 p.m.-9 p.m.
KU Natural History Museum, 1345 Jayhawk Blvd. 
Join us for a spooky night in the KU Natural History Museum as we celebrate Halloween. From spiders and snakes to parasites, we will explore the science of the creepy things that go bump in the night. See museum specimens, explore blood under black light, and enjoy free refreshments and win prizes.

Stories from the Museum Archives: Sallie Casey Thayer Collects
Sunday, November 5 | 2 p.m.-3 p.m.
Spencer Museum of Art, Rm 305, Stephen H. Goddard Study Center 
Spencer Museum archivist Robert Hickerson and student assistant Rose Wolf open up the archives for an exploration of primary resources that document the collection that initiated an art museum at KU. Presented in conjunction with the exhibition Civic Leader and Art Collector: Sallie Casey Thayer and an Art Museum for KU and the Museum’s centennial celebration of our collection.

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