Heritage Resources Management and Master of Arts Integrated Studies, Heritage and Social History Focus Area
1 University Drive
Athabasca , Alberta T9S 3A3
Dr. Shabnam Inanloo Dailoo
Director, Heritage Resources Management Programs
The Heritage Resources Management Program at Athabasca University is a distance education program established in 2006, which offers both undergraduate and graduate study options. The programs have about 150 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.
- M.A. in Public History
- Historic Preservation
- Material Culture
- Museum Studies
- Public Policy
Financial Aid Available
Athabasca University has a number of funding options, and the Heritage Resources Management (HRM) program also offers several substantial awards and bursaries specific to HRM program students.
Deadline To Apply
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis
Undergrad and grad programs require a supervised Practicum at a historic site, museum or other heritage agency.