The Graduate Program in Cultural and Heritage Resource Management (CHRM) provides rigorous interdisciplinary training in the skills necessary to advance a career in cultural heritage resource management. CHRM graduate programs include a Master of Professional Studies or a Graduate Certificate. Built on a broad foundation including research methods, critical thinking, ethics, communication and technical writing, management techniques, and leadership skills, this program prepares professionals for employment or advancement with private contracting firms, governmental agencies, and non-profit organizations.