Cultural Resource Management
If you are interested in the identification, evaluation, and conservation of cultural resources such as heritage sites, objects, landscapes, and traditions, then this certificate program is for you. Cultural Resource Management influences the policies and practices of law, business, planning, and community collaboration.
The Cultural Resource Management program in the Faculty of Environment prepares archaeology students for part-time or full-time employment in the cultural resource management sector, which is the biggest employer of archaeologists in British Columbia.
- Archaeology Project Officer (Prov. Gov.)
- Consulting Archaeologist
- Cultural Education Professional
- Cultural Resources Manager
- Field Assistant
- Field Supervisor
- Heritage Stewardship Manager
- Land Claims Researcher
- Municipal Archaeologist
- Park Archaeologist
- Senior Field Archaeologist
- State Historic Preservation Officer (U.S.)
- Tribal Historic Preservation Officer (U.S.)