The Master of Arts in Cultural Resource Management (CRM) is at the forefront of learning and leading in the cultural resource management sector. Cultural resource management is both the vocation and the practice of managing historic sites, museum and library collections, archaeology digs, national parks and landscapes, art, and all other forms of culture and tradition from dance and funerary tradition to oral history and rare languages. This program will focus on studying, preserving, and managing these resources for future generations and showcasing why listening is step one of any leadership role.

Open to students or professionals from any walk of life or academic background, CRM provides hands-on and professional skills that blend the ability to lead a team with managing a successful business. Graduates will understand what it takes to preserve the past and sustainably think about the future of national parks and landscapes.

UE offers flexibility and exceptional value, allowing students to complete the degree in one year full-time or two years part-time. The majority of coursework is online, with short residencies required at the breathtaking Harlaxton Manor in central England. Our networks can help to provide career placement in the US, Britain, or beyond.

Unique Program Details

  • Online and blended classes offer flexibility for your demanding schedule.
  • Quality instruction from UE and Harlaxton faculty and experienced industry professionals.
  • Personalized degree with four areas of concentration.
  • Additional certification in four key discipline areas.
  • Flexibility allows students to complete the 36-credit hour program in one year (full-time) or over a two or three-year span (part-time).
  • Customizable hybrid programming: online coursework with two weeklong in-person courses required at Harlaxton College.