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AACC offers history and heritage courses that provide an in-depth look at local, national and global periods throughout history.

Taught by gifted historians in their field, these engaging and enlightening courses underscore the importance of learning and appreciating our past. Topics include lectures and in some instances field trips focusing on historic events, decorative arts, historic architecture, colonial history, historic Civil War battles, military leaders and the local history of Anne Arundel County. Additional programs address historic global conflicts and exam world cultures and religions.

For course descriptions, schedule and pricing click on the course number below.


Historic Experience

HSY 316 Longwood Gardens: Then and Now

HSY-372 American Architectural Styles 1700-1900 NEW

HSY-338 The Arts and Crafts Movement: Morris to Tiffany NEW

HSY-384 Harriet Tubman: Escape to Freedom NEW

HSY-328 President Lincoln's Cottage

 


Local and Regional

HSY-372 American Architectural Styles 1700-1900 NEW

HSY-338 The Arts and Crafts Movement: Morris to Tiffany NEW

HSY-384 Harriet Tubman: Escape to Freedom NEW

HSY-328 President Lincoln's Cottage


U.S. History

HSY-319 History U.S. President Assassinations Coming Winter 2019*

HSY-328 President Lincoln's Cottage Coming Winter 2019*

HSY 337 U.S. Capitols: Then and Now 

HSY 364 Frederick Douglass: An Abolitionist and Statesman

HSY 381 The Life and Impact of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.  NEW

HSY 384 Harriet Tubman Escape to Freedom Coming Winter 2019*


Traditions from Around the World

HSY-383 French Influence on World Events 1600-1800


How to Enroll

The courses on this page are noncredit, meaning you won’t earn college credit toward a degree. You don’t need to apply. Just choose a program or course that interests you, and check the noncredit schedule for a class that fits your schedule. Note the course number, section number and start date and register through our online portal, MyAACC.

For help, email or call the Instructional Support Center at 410-777-2325.

Find a course using our online course search.

Learn more about registering for noncredit courses.

*Registration for Spring 2019 noncredit courses opens Feb. 19.