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Humanities & Law

Archaeological & Cultural Resource Management Specialization - AA

Full program details & costs, with admission requirements. Discover your dream program.

Program facts

  • Program type
    Associate
  • Duration
    2 years
  • Tuition fees per year
    12,794 CAD
  • Language taught in
    English
  • Start date
    January, September

Program Overview

What Coast Mountain College says about their program:
"Our region and its Indigenous communities provides a 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."

Admissions requirements

CTMN offers a high-quality, personalized experience with very affordable tuition rates. The region's low cost of living, combined with Northwest BC's stunning natural beauty makes it appealing for international students.

English proficiency is required for all students entering CMTN programs.

IELTS - 6.0 (no band below 5.5) TOEFL - 80 (no band below 20)

For certificates

  • Apply direct to the University Credit Program
  • Submit proof of English studies 12 or equivalent

For diplomas

  • Grade 12 recommended
  • English Studies 12 or equivalent
  • Foundations of math 11 equivalent or office assistant certificate plus accounting certificate, both with a B average, from CMTN's applied business technology program or Canadian Achievement Test (CAT)

For a post-degree Diploma

  • Apply direct to Applied Coastal Ecology (ACE)
  • Submit proof of English 12 or equivalent
  • Biology 11, chemistry 11, foundation of math 11 or equivalent are required to complete the program. Students can be admitted without all three however, students will be required to upgrade throughout the program

For an associate's degree

  • Apply direct to the university credit program
  • Submit proof of English Studies 12 or equivalent
  • Once admitted, register in the programs required for this specialization

Course prerequisites may include the equivalent to:

  • Biology 11
  • Chemistry 11
  • Pre-Calculus 11
  • Physics 11

Fall semester (September): deadline March 15 Winter semester (January): deadline September 15 Summer semester (May): deadline December 15

Fees and funding

Coast Mountain College offers some of the lowest tuition in British Columbia. The cost for you to study depends on your exact program of choice.

Textbooks & Supplies: $2,000

No scholarships available for international students.

Visa requirements for Coast Mountain College

Many international students will require a visa to study in Canada, and this is a vital step of your study abroad journey. Make sure you understand the requirements you may need to meet before applying.

Canada student visa requirements