Career Internship in Cultural Resource Management (ARCH 383.3)

Recent/Current Offerings

There are no sections of this class being offered right now.
To find out about future offerings for ARCH 383, check out the Course Offerings Search.


Designed to provide students with an opportunity to participate first-hand in cultural resource management and regulation, including such activities as site inventory, recording and impact mitigation practices, data management and (if done in conjunction with the provincial Heritage Branch) site inventory management, land development screening, impact assessment review and compliance and possible experience in legislative review and First Nations initiatives. Work experience in the museum context of artifact conservation may also be available.


60 credit units at the university level including Arch 360.3


Requires 80 hours in total.

Resources and Supports for ARCH 383

U of S Bookstore Textbook Search
Library Reserves Search
Hire a Tutor Search