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AIS 330A - Interpreting Native Cultures

Course information

Usually Offered: Fall, Spring
Course Description:

Students learn about the history and culture of Native American tribes and gain familiarity with museum education methods. Through the required concurrent Internship 393, they learn about museum interpretation philosophy and methods, and conduct tours of ASM's Paths of Life exhibition for K-12 fieldtrip groups.

College of Social and Behavioral Sciences