The following curriculum structure applies to all Historic Preservation degree candidates matriculating in Fall 2009 or later.For more information about the courses listed below, see the Course Directory.
Class schedules for the current and upcoming semesters are available at Testudo.
Electives are available in HISP and other related departments.
|HISP 600: Introductory Seminar in Historic Preservation||3 credits|
|HISP 611: Historical Research Methods||3 credits|
|HISP 655: American Vernacular Architecture and Documentation||3 credits|
|HISP 680: Preservation Economics
|HISP 630: Preservation Policy and Planning||3 credits|
|HISP 635: Social and Ethnic Issues in Historic Preservation Practice||3 credits|
|HISP 640: Historic Preservation Law, Advocacy and Public Policy||3 credits|
|HISP 670: Conservation of Historic Places||3 credits|
|HISP 660: Internship in Historic Preservation||3 credits|
|Optional summer coursework is also available|
|HISP 650: Historic Preservation Studio Workshop||6 credits|
|HISP 710: Final Seminar in Historic Preservation I||1 credit|
|HISP 711: Final Seminar in Historic Preservation II||2 credits|