Program Introduction

Established in 2009, the Heritage Education concentration serves up to 12 students per year. The concentration features a BS in Secondary Education combining with PA certification in Citizenship/Social Studies, a certification in Interpretation via the National Association for Interpretation, and a concentration in heritage interpretation of American/Pennsylvania colonial period with collateral field experiences.

Degrees Offered

  • Other

Program Strengths

  • Other

Credit Hour Requirements

15 in program, 129 overall

Deadline To Apply

See program website for details.

Internship Requirements

Required. Internships are arranged by faculty.

Places Where Students Have Interned During the Past 3 Years

• Smithsonian Museum of American History
• National Park Service