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These programs prepare graduates to pursue a variety of career opportunities in the historic preservation industry.
Historic Preservation Degree
This comprehensive two year Associate of Applied Science degree program prepares students to pursue a variety of professional career opportunities in the historic preservation industry immediately upon graduation or continue their education at the next level. The curriculum stresses a balance of classroom, technical and experiential learning within the context of a craft ethic. Students are introduced to the building arts through a sound theoretical foundation followed by an emphasis in developing the crafting skills necessary to execute historic building preservation interventions. The core materials sciences of wood, masonry, and metals are complimented by a broad spectrum of electives. Students may choose to concentrate their hands-on experience in the construction or decorative arts components of historic preservation treatment. The program places special emphasis on place based learning. The curriculum meets the standards set by the National Council for Preservation Education. » Associate of Applied Science in Historic Preservation Degree Plan.
Historic Preservation Certificates
The certificates prepare graduates to directly enter the historic preservation industry. The curriculum also provides the flexibility for experienced contractors, planners, designers and trades practitioners to upgrade their skills and knowledge to qualify to work with historic buildings and resources. Students may earn a certificate in two options. The certificate program includes many courses required in the Associate of Applied Science Degree and credits may be applied toward earning the degree.
For occupations, employment, program costs and loan debt estimates for this certificate program, see Gainful Employment Disclosure page or below.
The Historic Preservation Generalist Certificate provides entry-level as well as upgrading skills courses in historic preservation theory and practice. The program is offered on an open enrollment basis. Students may complete certain courses to enter the workforce then return to complete the program or to upgrade skills.
The Historic Preservation Research and Documentation Certificate provides entry-level as well as upgrading skills courses in research and documentation. Graduates are qualified to perform cultural resource surveys, local, state and national register nominations, and various regulatory compliance studies. The program is offered on an open enrollment basis. Students may complete certain courses to enter the workforce then return to complete the program or to upgrade skills.» HP Research & Documentation Certificate Plan.
Gainful Employment Disclosure Information
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