The Heritage Interpretation program is designed to prepare students for careers as interpreters, tour guides, technicians and docents.
"Students will be able to get hands-on practice with what they learn in internships in state and national parks in the area as well as other related facilities," said
The two year program, which offers an Associates of Arts degree, guides students as they focus on the history, environment and culture of
Building the ability to communicate with a diverse public, those studying within the program will study a variety of subjects to strengthen their abilities as educators for the public.
The university is also offering a Social Services degree which prepared students for careers in social service or community health according to a news release. The associates degree can be applied careers in mental health and neighborhood and organization outreach. Students wishing to, can apply their studies to a baccalaureate program said Josselet.
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