2021-2022 Catalog and Student Handbook 
    Jun 15, 2024  
2021-2022 Catalog and Student Handbook [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Cultural Resource Management, CA [CRMGT-CT, 30 Total Credits]

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Cultural resource management (CRM) is the practice of preserving cultural resources through the use of archaeological methods of survey, data collection, excavation, laboratory analysis and curation of cultural materials (artifacts), monitoring sensitive sites and public outreach. CRM archaeologists work with state and federal agencies, museums, and with private firms to ensure compliance with federal and state laws that protect cultural resources on federal and public land. The program is designed to prepare students by teaching them the skills required to obtain employment as entry-level archaeological technicians working in the field, in labs, and for museums.


Academic Map: CA - Cultural Resource Management 21-22 v1.1  


Student Learning Outcomes

  1. Recognize archaeological material classes in the field.
  2. Employ best practices in the documentation of cultural resources.
  3. Review state and federally mandated forms and reports that document archaeological sites in compliance with local, state, and federal cultural preservation laws.
  4. Describe the relationship, responsibilities, and interaction between the archaeologist, the contractor, and government agencies in the development and implementation of research projects and preservation plans.

General Education Requirements (15 Credits)

Special Program Requirements (15 Credits)

Computation and Human Relations

Computation included in MATH 120, MATH 120E, MATH 123, and STAT 152.

Human Relations included in ANTH 101.

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