This is an 8 week program including 4 weeks of internship placement at a heritage management site. Your first four weeks are dedicated to the core Heritage Management course and a Scottish Studies course, to prepare you for your internship placement. Your final four weeks you will be completely immersed in your internship course which includes your full-time, hands-on internship placement and your independent research project guided by an academic supervisor.
All students on the Internship enroll in two core courses: SCOT INPR 310S Research Project and Internship and SCOT IDSP 330S Curating, Interpretation and Heritage: A Scottish Perspective.
Students then partake in one elective from the Scottish History program: SCOT HSSC 215S Scottish History.
|SCOT INPR 310S||Research Project and Internship||3||Summer|
|SCOT IDSP 330S||Curating, Interpretation and Heritage: A Scottish Perspective||3||Summer|
|SCOT HSSC 215S||Scottish History to Present Day||3||Summer|