Cultural Resource Management Track
Graduate students in anthropology who plan to seek employment as professional archaeologists after graduating are encouraged to follow the Cultural Resource Management (CRM) track. The CRM track is still taught within the four-field approach to anthropology, but includes a more structured schedule of courses designed to prepare students for careers in archaeology.
Basic Requirements, Applying to the Program, and Admission
The basic requirments for an MA degree in Anthropology apply to the CRM track, including application procedures and deadlines, admission, number of hours, and thesis. Please refer to the Anthropology Graduate Program page for more information on those topics.
Students in the CRM track take the following required courses as well as several electives from closely related fields of study:
Required Core Courses
CRM Track Required Courses
CRM Track Elective Courses
Geography and Geosciences Electives
Museum Science and Heritage Management Electives
Statistics Electives (only one statistics course can be applied to the degree)
*Course offered as ANTH 5343 (Topics in Anthropological Archaeology)