Cultural Resource Management (CRM) Certificate
Offered through the Anthropology Program, the Cultural Resource Management (CRM) Certificate provides specialized training for students seeking careers in archaeology, history, or historic preservation and can be sought by Western students or eligible others. The field of CRM draws from academic research to respond to federal, state, and local laws. The series of courses required to obtain the certificate lays a foundation of knowledge about CRM laws and procedures and teaches appropriate field techniques, allowing a student to enter the workforce as a CRM field technician. An estimated 90% of all archaeology conducted in the U.S. is within the CRM arena. To earn a CRM Certificate, students must earn a 'B' or better in each course.
17 credits of the following are required:
|ANTH 107||Introduction to General Anthropology (GT-SS3)||3|
|ANTH 219||Archaeology (with laboratory)||4|
|ANTH 377||Cultural Resource Management||3|
|ANTH 469||Archaeology Field School||4|
|GEOG 340||Introduction to Geographic Information Systems||3|