Learning outcomes for the graduate certificate in cultural resource management archaeology program
Students will receive focused training in the practices of and relevant laws governing cultural resource management (CRM) archaeology.
- Students will develop both general professionalism and the specific analytical skills required of CRM archaeologists.
- Students will have the opportunity for hands-on experiences and networking, through a supervised internship.
- Students will gain exposure to the university’s public affairs mission by becoming ethically-informed, culturally competent professionals who engage with various communities around issues such as heritage, historic preservation, resource stewardship and cultural representation.