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Degree Requirements for the Graduate Program in Cultural Heritage Resource Management:

Students enrolled in the master's degree program must successfully complete all 10 courses in order to earn the Master of Professional Studies in Cultural and Heritage Resource Management degree: 8 online distance learning courses, 1 internship/practicum course, and 1 thesis-based course.

Students enrolled in the graduate certificate option must complete 5 courses in order to earn the certificate: 4 online distance learning courses, and 1 internship/practicum course.

 

Plan of Study for the Master of Professional Studies:

 

Term Year One Credits
I: September - November Introduction to Cultural and Heritage Resource Management 3
  Vital Technologies: Methods, Applications, and Interpretation 3
II: December - February Community Engagement and Consultation 3
  Collections, Data Management, and Cultural Materials Preservation 3
III: March - May Global Heritage and Professional Ethics 3
  Applied Archaeological Theory 3
IV: June - August Internship/Practicum 6
Term Year Two Credits
I: September - November Business of CRM 3
  Project Management 3
II: December - February Thesis 6

 

Plan of Study for the Graduate Certificate: 

 

Term Year One Credits
I: September - November Introduction to Cultural and Heritage Resource Management 3
  Vital Technologies: Methods, Applications, and Interpretation 3
II: December - February Community Engagement and Consultation 3
  Collections, Data Management, and Cultural Materials Preservation 3
III: March - May Internship/Practicum 6

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