Graduate Programs in Cultural and Heritage Resource Management (CHRM) provide interdisciplinary and rigorous training to emerging scholars and working professionals in the knowledge and skills necessary to pursue a career in cultural and heritage resource management. CHRM graduate programs include a masters of professional studies or a graduate certificate. Designed by practicing professionals, CHRM graduate programs help meet the growing needs of the industry and opens doors to employment or advancement with private contracting firms, non-profit organizations, and governmental agencies.

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