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Certificate in Historical Preservation

Historic Preservation is the interdisciplinary field that seeks to identify, document, preserve and protect significant structures, sites and landscapes. To earn a certificate in historic preservation the student must complete a minimum of 21 credits to include:

Core Courses (15 CR)

  • ANTY 451-Cultural Resource Management
  • ANTY 456-Historical Archaeology
  • HPRV 400 (ANTY 463) - Historic Preservation
  • GPHY 465 (GEOG 465) - Planning Principles and Processes
  • THTR 335H (DRAM 336)/ ARTH333 (ART 336H) - Architectural History

History Electives (3 CR)

  • HSTA 320 (HIST 356) – Birth of Modern US
  • HSTA 321 (HIST 357) – America in Crisis
  • HSTA 322 (HIST 358)- AM History: WWII to Present (America in Our Time)

Internship or Independent Study (3 CR)
Must be with an approved, appropriate preservation-based agency or focused on an approved preservation-based topic.

  • ANTY 398 – Internship
  • ANTY 492 (ANTH 496) – Independent Study