Cultural Heritage Tourism

Professional Certificate Programs in Cultural Heritage Tourism

Extend your learning opportunities with the following professional certificate programs.

ASU Sustainable Tourism for Native Nations and Communities Certificate

Begins Spring 2024
March 11 – April 26, 2024

Registration Deadline: March 4, 2024

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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2024 AIANTA/ASU Sustainable Tourism Scholarship

Through a collaboration with the Office of Indian Economic Development, AIANTA is able to offer FIVE scholarships for the course which are funded by NATIVE Act funds. We are thrilled to offer registration support for up to five participants in our 15 regions. AIANTA will offer one participant opportunity per region. One member per Tribe, Native Nation and/or Native Hawaiians will be considered for participation in the program.

Spots are filled on a first-come, first-served basis, as qualified applications are received. Application can be found below. 

“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