HISTORIC PRESERVATION PROGRAM
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HISTORIC PRESERVATION COURSES

HP 200 History of American Architecture - Offered in fall - 1st year graduate students & CE

HP 201 History on the Land - Offered in spring - 1st year graduate students & CE

HP 202 Special Topics Elective

HP 204 Historic Preservation Development Economics - Offered fall in even numbered years- 1st and 2nd year graduate students & CE

HP 205 Historic Preservation Law - Offered in spring - 1st year graduate students & CE

HP 206 Researching Historic Structures and Sites - Offered in fall - 1st year graduate students

HP 302 Community Preservation Project - Offered in fall - Prerequisite HP 200 - 2nd year graduate students

HP 303 Graduate Internship - (By advisor's permission. See policy statement and guidelines.)

HP 304: Contemporary Preservation Policy and Planning - Offered in spring - 1st year graduate students

HP 305: Historic Preservation Practice Methods - Offered in spring - Prerequisite HP 200 - 1st year graduate students

HP 306 Architectural Conservation I - Offered in spring - 1st year graduate students

HP 307 Architectural Conservation II - Offered in fall - Prerequisite HP 306 - 2nd year graduate students

HP 391 Master's Thesis Research. 6 credits. Optional. (By advisor's permission only)

HP 397 Special Readings and Research. (Special elective by advisor's permission only)

CE - These courses are also open to undergraduates and to evening division students through Continuing Education by permission of the instructor. To register for UVM Continuing Education Evening Division courses call 800-639-3210 or 656-2085 or go to UVM Continuing Education web site. If permission is required when registering for CE courses on-line, please contact the History Department secretary at 802-656-3180 with your student number available.

For more information contact: histpres@zoo.uvm.edu

Last updated 08/14/2010