New Mexico State University

Cultural Resources Management

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The Graduate Certificate in Cultural Resource Management provides specialized archaeological training that enables students to pursue careers cultural resource management, heritage, and historic preservation in the public or private sectors. The curriculum includes cultural resource management and historic preservation laws and regulations, area classes in prehistoric and historical archaeology, field classes, and laboratory methods courses in archaeology, history, and geography. Students take courses in traditional classroom and laboratory formats, as well as in the field, and may complete the certificate in one year.

For more information on how to apply for the WRGP resident tuition rate for this program, please contact:

Lois Stanford
Graduate Director
Department of Anthropology

Degrees Available