Most archaeologists working today are employed in private contracting and consulting, as well as in governmental agencies as cultural resource managers (CRM).
These courses teach the laws that govern the practice of archaeology in the United States and provide hands-on instruction in field and laboratory skills employers seek.
The micro-credential is of value to currently employed CRM and governmental archaeologists, as well as archaeology students preparing to enter the job market.
Legal Aspects of Archaeology
Archaeological Excavations and Field Methods
Classification of Material Culture
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