Historic Preservation, Post-Baccalaureate Certificate

For information regarding deadlines and requirements for admission, please see https://grs.uncg.edu/programs/.

In addition to the application materials required by the Graduate School, applicants must submit a 750-word personal statement.

Applications for the certificate program may be submitted through the Graduate School portal at https://grs.uncg.edu/apply-now/.

Certificate Program Requirements

Required: 15 credit hours

Required Core Courses (9 credits)
IAR 543Historic Preservation: Principles and Practice3
IAR 624History of American Landscapes and Architecture 3
Select one course (3 credits) from the following: *3
Field Methods in Preservation Technology
Supervised Professional Experience
Electives (6 credits)
Select 6 credits from the following: **6
Advanced Interior Architecture I
Advanced Interior Architecture II
Introduction to Public Interest Design
Field Methods in Preservation Technology
Preservation Planning and Law
Foundations of Recreation and Parks
Recreation and Parks Management
Applied Policy Methods
Public Economics
Sustainable Urban Planning in an Entrepreneurial Environment
Geography of Livable Cities
History Museum Curatorship: Collections Management
The Practice of Public History
Museum and Historic Site Interpretation: Principles and Practice
Digital History
Urban Political System
Nonprofit Management and Leadership
Public Administration and Management
Local Government Administration
Community and Economic Development Theory and Practice
Total Credit Hours15

Students with appropriate professional work experience may substitute an elective for the practicum/internship requirement with prior approval of the Graduate Program Director.

Other electives may be substituted as approved by the program coordinator.