Associate of Arts in Heritage Interpretation

Degree Road Map

Additional classes may be needed based on test results and prerequisites. Visit with an advisor for help with creating a customized plan.

Freshman Year

Fall Course Title Credit Hours
ANTH 201G Introduction to Anthropology 3
ENGL 111G Rhetoric & Composition 4
HIST 101G Roots of Modern Europe 3
GEOG 111G
or 120G
Geography of the Natural Environment
or Culture and Environment
3
Total 13
Spring Course Title Credit Hours
ANTH 118 Historic Preservation 3
HIST 201G Introduction to Early American History 3
ENGL 203G
or ENGL 211G
or ENGL 218G
Business & Professional Communication
or Writing in the Humanities & Social Sciences
or Technical & Professional Communication
3
Math 112G
or Math 120
Fundamentals of Elementary Math II
or Intermediate Algebra
3
GOVT 100G American National Government 3
Total 15
Summer Course Title Credit Hours
HIST 269 Special Topics: Internship in Heritage Interpretation 3
Total 3

Sophomore Year

Fall Course Title Credit Hours
HIST 201G Early American History 3
HIST 261 Historic Preservation 3
COMM 253G or 265G Public Speaking or Principles of Human Communication 3
E S 110G Introductory Environmental Science 4
P E 270 Special Topics 1
Total 14
Spring Course Title Credit Hours
HIST 202G
or Area V
Recent American History 3
LING 200G Introduction to Language 3
SOC 101G, 201G,
or 262
Introductory Sociology, Contemporary Social Problems,
or Issues in Death and Dying
3
PSY 201
or 266
Introduction to Psychology
or Applied Psychology
3
Total 12
Summer Course Title Credit Hours
HIST 269 Special Topics: Internship in Heritage Interpretation 3
Total 3