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

Day After Thanksgiving Program: Magic Marbles
Friday, November 24 | 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
The National Museum of Toys/Miniatures, 5235 Oak St. Kansas City, MO
It’s a day of marble magic with fun for the entire family. Explore the museum’s special exhibit Playing for Keeps: The VFW Marble Tournaments, 1947-1962, and try your hand at “knuckling down” during a marble lesson. Then, pick out your own marble and turn it into a piece of wearable art to take home with you. Included with museum admission.

 

Global Film Festival
Thursday, November 30 | 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m.
Spencer Museum of Art, Rm. 309, 1301 Mississippi St.
Curated by first-year students, the Global Film Festival features four films exploring ideas in Spencer Museum exhibitions. This film is presented in conjunction with the exhibition Power Clashing: Clothing, Collage, and Contemporary Identities. The film will be announced on the Museum’s website.

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