Historic Preservation, Post-Baccalaureate Certificate
The 15-credit hour Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Historic Preservation provides graduate students in history, interior architecture, and related fields training and credentials to pursue careers in historic preservation, management of historic sites, and related public history professions. The certificate can be earned in tandem with the M.F.A. in Interior Architecture or other graduate degree. It can also be pursued as a stand-alone certificate.
For information regarding deadlines and requirements for admission, please see the Guide to Graduate Admissions. Admission to this graduate certificate program occurs only in even-numbered years.
In addition to the application materials required by the Graduate School, applicants must submit a 750-word personal statement.
Required: 15 credit hours
|Historic Preservation: Principles and Practice|
|History of American Landscapes and Architecture|
|Preservation Planning and Law|
|Select 3 credits from the following: *|
|Introduction to Archival Management|
|Southern History and Southern Material Culture in a Museum Context|
|History of Decorative Arts|
|History and Theories of Material Culture|
|History Museum Curatorship: Collections Management|
|Field Methods in Preservation Technology|
|Identification and Evaluation of the Historic Built Environment|
|Special Problems in Anthropology|
|Entrepreneurial Urban Planning|
|Nonprofit Management and Leadership|
Students with appropriate professional work experience may substitute an elective for the internship requirement with prior approval of the Director of Graduate Study.
To complete the 15 credit hours of coursework, electives should be selected with the prior approval of the Director of Graduate Study.