The following Historic Preservation courses are listed in the University catalogue:

Study of architectural history to gain fluency in the stylistic terms so essential to historic preservation and to public support for conserving our architectural heritage. Prerequisites: Admission to the Historic Preservation graduate program; or twelve hours of History and minimum Junior standing.

Credit(s): 3.00

Identifying and interpreting evidence of the cultural forces - early settlement patterns, transportation, industry, agriculture, planning, conservation - that have shaped our land, buildings, towns, and cities. Prerequisites: Admission to the Historic Preservation graduate program; or twelve hours of History and minimum Junior standing. Cross-listed with: HST 201.

Credit(s): 3.00

Courses are offered under this number in specialized areas of historic preservation through Continuing Education.

Credit(s): 3.00

Survey of economic, financial aspects of real estate development pertaining to preservation and adaptive use of historic buildings (market studies, pro-formas). Field trips. Actual proposal development for underutilized properties.

Credit(s): 3.00

Legal issues in conservation of the built environment. Basic legal techniques for protection of historic structures (historic districts, protective legislation, easements, covenants). Study of significant court decisions.

Credit(s): 3.00

Methods for researching historic structures and sites using archival and physical evidence, deciphering archaic building technologies, and documenting structures through professional reports, architectural photography, measured drawings.

Credit(s): 3.00

Third-semester graduate students apply developed professionals skills to actual community preservation problems. Projects include strategy development, securing and allocating funds, research, advocacy, and implementation. Prerequisite: Historic Preservation major.

Credit(s): 3.00

Participants will devote a semester to preservation within an appropriate institution or agency. Prerequisite: HP 304 or HP 305.

Credit(s): 3.00

This introduction to the professional practice of preservation planning traces the evolution of the historic preservation movement and examines contemporary preservation policy-making issues. Prerequisite: HP 200.

Credit(s): 3.00

This course introduces students to professional practice methods for conducting historic site and structures surveys. National Register nominations, and rehabilitation investment tax credit application projects. Prerequisites: HP 200, HP 205.

Credit(s): 3.00

An examination of the physical properties of historic building materials, their deterioration mechanisms, and strategies for assessing conditions, conserving and rehabilitating historic resources. Lecture and lab. Prerequisite: HP 206.

Credit(s): 3.00

A continuation of Architectural Conservation I, emphasizing an integrated examination of historic preservation through lectures, seminars, and field and laboratory research projects. Prerequisite: HP 306.

Credit(s): 3.00

Total of six hours required.

Credit(s): 1.00 to 6.00

Credit as arranged.

Credit(s): 1.00 to 3.00

Credit as arranged.

Credit(s): 1.00 to 6.00