HS5710 - Internship in Heritage Studies
Credits: 1 - 4
This course is repeatable.
Advanced students and teachers in Heritage Studies with at least 15 graduate credits can start their internship placement. Individual placement with an organization/institution must be arranged through the director of Heritage Studies the term before starting work. The type of work will be determined by the interest of the individual and the needs of the organization. Creation of outreach programs, field trips, tours, displays, exhibits, workshops, theme interpretations or research utilizing resources of the organization/institution to educate the public on any topic in Heritage Studies. Prerequisite: 15 graduate credits or more in Heritage Studies.
*All course information is from the 2016-2017 Catalog.