Cultural Resource Management Certificate
The Cultural Resource Management concentration focuses study and research efforts on the management and preservation of prehistoric and historic cultural sites.
Students interested in careers in the management and preservation of prehistoric and historic cultural sites located on public and private lands would find the Cultural Resource Management Certificate a great supplement to their major of study.
Students interested in this certificate are encouraged to take intro courses in the following programs, as they are the prerequisite courses for the upper division courses in this certificate: Environmental Studies, Sociology & Anthropology, Political Science, and Geography.
Emphasis is placed on methods and the development and implementation of research designs in this certificate. Courses in Sociology, Environmental Studies, and Policy make up the Cultural Resource Management Certificate.
Become a Professional
Career opportunities for a Sociology and Anthropology degree:
*Median Salary of $45,000
*Based on National Average
SOU Sociology and Anthropology Alumni
Cultural Anthropologist and Tribal Liason, Yosemite National Park
Chair of Anthropology at Okanagan College in British Columbia & Co-founder of Radical Action with Migrants in Agriculture (RAMA), a non-profit advocating social justice for migrant and indigenous people.
District Archaelogist, United States Forest Service