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Cultural Heritage Management

The Cultural Heritage Management certificate has several interrelated goals, which are to:

  • Provide students with a graduate-level understanding of the central issues in cultural heritage management in a global context
  • Equip students with skills such as economic analysis, fund-raising and non-profit management, which are essential to successful careers in heritage management organizations
  • Help educators integrate cultural heritage management content into their curriculum

Program requirements

  • One MLA Proseminar
  • Five courses focusing on Cultural Heritage Management including three from the following:
    • Cultural Heritage in Global Perspective (ANTH 593)
    • Cultural Heritage and Conflict (ANTH 527)
    • Media, Culture and Society (SOCI 595/940)
    • Ethics, Archaeology and Cultural heritage (ANTH 511)
    • The Economics of Heritage (ANTH 598)
  • Two MLA seminar electives
  • A capstone project on a Cultural Heritage Management topic

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