Heritage Interpretation - Associate of Arts

General Education Requirements
Area I: English and Communication
ENGL 111GRhetoric and Composition4
ENGL 203GBusiness and Professional Communication3
or ENGL 211G Writing in the Humanities and Social Sciences
or ENGL 218G Technical and Scientific Communication
COMM 253GPublic Speaking3
or COMM 265G Principles of Human Communication
Area II: Mathematics
Select one MATH or STAT “G” course3
Area III: Laboratory Science
Select two Science with a lab “G” courses from ASTR, BIOL, CHEM, ES, GEOG (must be GEOG 111G or 120G if selected), GEOL, or PHYS8
Area IV & V: Social/Behavioral Science & Humanities/Fine Arts15
Select 2-3 Social/Behavioral Science “G” courses from ANTH, CJ, CEP, ECON, GEOG (must be GEOG 112G or GEOG 120G if selected), GOVT, PHLS, LING, PSY, SOC, or SWK
Select 2-3 Humanities/Fine Arts “G” courses from ART, ENGL, HIST, MUS, or THTR
Department of History Requirements
ANTH 118Introduction to Historic Preservation3
ANTH 201GIntroduction to Anthropology3
HIST 101GRoots of Modern Europe3
HIST 102GModern Europe3
HIST 201GIntroduction to Early American History3
HIST 202GIntroduction to Recent American History3
HIST 261New Mexico History3
HIST 269Special Topics 13
Total Credits60
1

 May be repeated for up to 12 hours.

Additional classes may be needed based on placement test results and/or course prerequisites. Visit with an advisor for help with creating a customized plan.

Plan of Study Grid
First Year
FallCredits
HIST 101G Roots of Modern Europe 3
ANTH 201G Introduction to Anthropology 3
ENGL 111G Rhetoric and Composition 4
GEOG 111G
Geography of the Natural Environment
or Culture and Environment
3
 Credits13
Spring
HIST 201G Introduction to Early American History 3
ANTH 118 Introduction to Historic Preservation 3
ENGL 203G
Business and Professional Communication
or Writing in the Humanities and Social Sciences
or Technical and Scientific Communication
3
MATH 112G
Fundamentals of Elementary Math II
or Intermediate Algebra
3
GOVT 100G American National Government 3
 Credits15
Summer
HIST 269 Special Topics 3
 Credits3
Second Year
Fall
HIST 102G Modern Europe 3
HIST 261 New Mexico History 3
COMM 253G
Public Speaking
or Principles of Human Communication
3
E S 110G Introductory Environmental Science 4
P E 270 Special Topics 1
 Credits14
Spring
HIST 202G Introduction to Recent American History 3
LING 200G Introduction to Language 3
SOC 101G
Introductory Sociology
or Contemporary Social Problems
or Issues in Death and Dying
3
PSY 201G
Introduction to Psychology
or Applied Psychology
3
 Credits12
Summer
HIST 269 Special Topics 1 3
 Credits3
 Total Credits60
1

 May be repeated for up to 12 hours.