Alamogordo catalog 2013-2014 by New Mexico State University

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nmsu alamogordo 2013-2014 degrees certificates 49 heritage interpretation associate of arts and certificate the associate of arts in heritage interpretation is designed to prepare students for service as park interpreters and technicians or for any field in which knowledge of the cultural and natural heritage of the southwest would be useful the certificate in heritage interpretation is designed to prepare students for service as park interpreters and technicians tour guides and museum or historical society technicians the curriculum emphasizes new mexico’s rich history natural setting and unique cultural blend students will study a variety of subjects that will broaden their knowledge of the southwest’s heritage and improve their ability to communicate with a diverse public communications 13 credits comm 265g or engl 111g engl 203g engl 244g principles of human communication 3 cr comm 253g public speaking 3 cr rhetoric and composition 4 cr business and professional writing 3 cr literature and culture 3 cr mathematics 6 credits math 210g math 120 mathematics appreciation 3 cr intermediate algebra 3 cr science 2 areas 8 credits astr biol biol chem geog geol phys 110g 101g 111g 110g 111g 111g 110g introduction to astronomy 4 cr human biology and lab 4 cr natural history of life and lab 4 cr principles and applications of chemistry 4 cr geography of the natural environment 4 cr survey of geology 4 cr the great ideas of physics 4 cr human thought/behavior 9 credits anth 118 anth 125g anth 201g or introduction to historic preservation 3 cr introduction to world cultures 3 cr introduction to anthropology 3 cr anth 297 special topics – history and philosophy of science 3 cr 101g or or 101g 102g 201g 202g 261 269 a grade of c or better is required in all courses world regional geography 3 cr introductory sociology 3 cr soc 201g contemporary social problems 3 cr roots of modern europe 3 cr modern europe 3 cr introduction to early american history 3 cr introduction to recent american history 3 cr new mexico history 3 cr special topics internship in heritage interpretation 3 cr campus requirement 4 credits coll cs 101 110 college/life success 1 cr computer literacy 3 cr total credits required 38 courses in parentheses are not offered on the nmsu-a campus orientation in art 3 cr mus 101g an introduction to music 3 cr thtr 101g the world of theatre 3 cr department of history requirements 18 credits hist hist hist hist hist hist introduction to world cultures 3 cr anth 115 native peoples of north america 3 cr anth 118 introduction to historic preservation 3 cr biol 111g natural history of life and lab 4 cr or biol 222 zoology 3 cr or biol 250 special topics regional flora/fauna 3 cr coll 101 college/life success 1 cr comm 265g principles of human communication 3 cr or comm 253g public speaking 3 cr cs 110 computer literacy 3 cr engl 111g rhetoric and composition 4 cr geol 111g survey of geology 4 cr or astr 110g survey of astronomy 4 cr geog 112g world regional geography 3 cr math 120 intermediate algebra 3 cr hist 261 new mexico history 3 cr hist 269 special topics internship in heritage interpretation 3 cr electives to bring total to 38 credits total credits required social sciences 6 credits geog 112g soc 101g or anth 125g or or electives from the following courses anth 201g 297 span 111 112 211 212 coll 108 for total of 38 credits fine arts/liberal studies 3 credits art certificate in heritage interpretation 67 degrees certificates new mexico common core requirements with additional math and human thought and behavior courses 45 credits