The Associate Degree in Arts — Archaeological & Cultural Resource Management Specialization emphasizes classroom and field-based learning in which students gain valuable applied research skills and experience in the growing field of archaeology and cultural resource management. The Northwest region and First Nations communities provide the rich environment to learn about cultural heritage and interpretation, archaeological and cultural assessment, and how those fields apply to tourism, museums, and community cultural resource management.
-High School/Secondary Education Diploma
-High School/Secondary Education Transcript/Marksheets
-English Language Proficiency
-English 12 equivalences;
-TOEFL: Overall score 80.
-ILAC : Minimum overall score ILAC PW Level 3.1
-Duolingo: Overall score 95.
-IELTS: Overall score 6.0 (no band less than 5.5)