Cultural Heritage Tourism

Professional Certificate Programs in Cultural Heritage Tourism

Extend your learning opportunities with the following professional certificate programs.

SDSU Certificate in Cultural Tourism & Tribal Enterprises

January 18 – March 13, 2022 (Level 1)
March 14 – May 8, 2022 (Level 2)

AIANTA is partnering with San Diego State University (SDSU) to offer the online Certificate in Cultural Tourism and Tribal Enterprises (“CTTE”). The for-credit certificate, to be offered through SDSU Global Campus and developed by the L. Robert Payne School of Hospitality and Tourism Management program, will allow professionals to explore the fundamentals of tribal tourism planning.

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GWU Certificate Program in Cultural Heritage Tourism

Begins Fall 2022
September 12 – November 6, 2022

Explore the fundamentals of Native tourism planning with the Professional Certificate Program in Cultural Heritage Tourism offered by AIANTA in partnership with the George Washington University International Institute of Tourism Studies.

The online program brings together industry experts who help students explore the importance of including authentic Native American cultural experiences in their tourism planning.

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ASU Sustainable Tourism for Native Nations and Communities Certificate

Begins Spring 2023
March 13 – April 28, 2023

Offered through the Arizona State University Center for Sustainable Tourism housed in the School of Community Resources and Development. The certificate will provide sustainable tourism curriculum with a specific emphasis on American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian tourism efforts offered both as a professional development option and a university credit option.

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“I thoroughly enjoyed the different speakers and instructors each week. The homework load for each week’s classes was very doable, even with my busy schedule. I appreciate all the knowledge I gained from this program.”

–Rilda Means
Director of Community Relations & Marketing
Red Cloud Indian School