The program was designed for working professionals in cultural resource management as well as students interested in entering and advancing in the CRM field. We hope you might share details on the program with the archaeological community at Wake Forest, and current/future students intending to pursue a career in CRM.
The CHRM graduate program at UMD offers two degree options through an online distance learning platform:
- Master of Professional Studies (36 credits)
- Graduate Certificate (18 credits)
The Department of Anthropology at UMD is one of the oldest applied anthropology programs in the United States. Our graduate programs reflect the department’s interest and expertise in applied anthropology in a variety of institutional and community settings, including the application of anthropological knowledge and practice within cultural resource management.