Program Introduction

The Heritage Resources Management at Athabasca University is a distance education program established in 2006. The program has about 80 students enrolled in courses on historic preservation; museum programming, management and planning; and research and interpretation. All courses are offered online. Undergrad and grad programs require a supervised Practicum at a historic site, museum or other heritage agency. There is no restriction on the location where a Practicum can be taken.

Degrees Offered

  • Other

Program Strengths

  • Historic Preservation
  • Material Culture
  • Museum Studies
  • Public Policy

Deadline To Apply

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis

Internship Requirements

Undergrad and grad programs require a supervised Practicum at a historic site, museum or other heritage agency.