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Cultural Resource Management

Students in the FieldWelcome to the Cultural Resource Management Program page. The Cultural Resource Management Program is run by the History, Anthropology, and Political Science Department at Salt Lake Community College. In fact, it is the only school in Utah that has the program.

You may find yourself asking:
What is Cultural Resource Management, and what can I do after graduating from the program? What sort of jobs are available in this field? What is the hiring rate like for someone with a CRM?

This Website is devoted to answering these questions. Below is the program's definition:

Students restoring a houseCultural resources such as archaeological sites, historic buildings and structures, objects and landscapes are tangible links with the past. The purpose of the field of Cultural Resource Management (CRM) is to appropriately study, preserve, and manage these resources so that they will survive for future generations. This 21 credit hour certificate program will teach students about CRM and prepare them for a career in the field.

Courses and Course Descriptions


Below is a list of links to companies who specialize in Cultural Resource Management.

Job Market Statistics