Cultural Resource Management Online Degree
Learn to safeguard the material and intangible aspects of diverse cultures while earning your M.A. in Cultural Resource Management (CRM).
The program, recognized by the American Cultural Resources Association (ACRA), satisfies students’ desires for directed study leading to a master’s degree in Cultural Resource Management (prehistoric or historical focus). It also prepares them for advancement in that field or for going on to doctoral studies. The CRM program offers courses that focus on the technologies and tools necessary to excel in the discipline, including field, analysis, and data dissemination techniques.
Our program was developed in order to give students the required qualifications for the Register of Professional Archaeologists and Department of Interior’s Standards.
The degree is delivered entirely online, through semester-long courses. All professors of CRM classes in this program have field experience in cultural resource management as archaeologists and/or administrators. They are committed to developing and encouraging students to achieve their academic potential. The degree is delivered through semester based, interactive, Internet courses.
Upon graduation, you’ll have an advanced understanding of archaeological theory and history, and how they relate to CRM. You’ll have the skills and qualifications necessary to pursue a career in CRM or apply for PhD programs in archaeology and anthropology.