Undergraduate students at the University of Vermont may wish to consider an Individually Designed Minor in Historic Preservation. An IDM in historic preservation might include courses to learn about observations about architectural history, landscape heritage, architectural conservation, adaptive reuse and other topics.

A potential Historic Preservation IDM curriculum might include:

Core courses:

  • HP 200 History of American Architecture
  • HP 201 History on the Land
  • HP 206 Researching Historic Structures and Sites

Electives:

  • HP 204 Historic Preservation Development Economics
  • HP 205 Historic Preservation Law
  • HP 306 Architectural Conservation I

For more information on IDM options, the faculty contact is Professor Thomas Visser, Director, UVM Historic Preservation Program, 204 Wheeler House, Thomas.Visser@uvm.edu