Interpretive Methods Online Undergraduate Course

PF 4123

June 5 - July 30, 2017

Registration is Closed

Cost per Credit Hour

$570

Total Course Cost

$1,710

Continuing Education Units

4.5 CEUs

This course examines the wide variety of personal and non-personal interpretive methods used by organizations that deliver natural, cultural, and/or historical interpretation programs.

Course Description

3 Credit Hours

Students critically examine the wide variety of personal and non-personal interpretive methods used by organizations that deliver natural, cultural, and/or historical interpretation programs. Working in teams, students design effective interpretation programs that include personal presentation, exhibits, website, audio/visual publications, and the present them to public audiences. Collaboration with the community partner organization is often a requirement for this course.

Prerequisite : Completed a minimum of 60 college credits

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