Upon completion of the AA, students will:

Be familiar with the main subject areas in the

field of historic preservation and cultural resource

management, including core concepts and major theories.

 

Be aware of basic types of methodologies and

approaches used in historic preservation and how

these different methods are applied by tribes as

well as state and federal governments.

 

Gain practical experience in the application of

tribal historic preservation methodologies and be

able to relate this experience to course content.

 

Gain an understanding of how historic preservation

principles are practiced in a variety of tribal

settings.