Cultural Resources Management (CRM)
Sonoma State University has one of the country's oldest Master's degree programs in Cultural Resources Management. Over the last 25 years over 100 MA degrees have been awarded. Click here for one 2004 student's summary of his internship experience. Click here for a 2005 student's summary of her internship experience.
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Management (CRM) at Sonoma State University
How will the ASC fit into your CRM education?
ASC is committed to providing training for students beginning their careers and for staff looking to hone their skills or obtain new ones. Several internships are offered yearly on small project management and curation management, and special studies on a wide range of topics are available through consultation with senior staff. ASC personnel continue to receive on-the-job training and regularly attend classes, workshops, and professional meetings held locally and throughout the country. Students who gain experience through ASC are highly sought after in the private sector and are regularly hired for upper-management positions in state and federal agencies.