The Historic Tourism concentration is designed to prepare students for a career in the commercial, non-profit, and public-sector segment of the recreation and tourism industry that specifically promotes historical learning and content. The program contains three subject areas: History, Museum Studies, and Business, each cultivating a critical skill-set for future graduates. The History courses impart historical content and analysis skills; Museum Studies courses teach the skills of interpreting and presenting history to a public audience; and Business courses introduce students to the business and economic fundamentals of the recreation and tourism sector of the economy.
Degree Requirements: 120 Credits
*HIST 101 , HIST 102 , HIST 201 , or HIST 202 (up to 6 credits) are counted above as major credits. Those credits also satisfy requirements for the general education program (41-42 total credits required).
Requirements for the history major (BA) are: