Architectural Heritage Conservation - Minor

The College of Architecture offers an Architectural Heritage Conservation Minor.

Foundation
ARCH 246Foundations of Historic Preservation3
ARCH 346Architecture, Heritage and Culture3
Architectural History
Select one of the following:3
History and Theory of Modern and Contemporary Architecture
History of Ancient Architecture
The Role of Sculpture and Painting in Ancient Architecture
History and Design of Sacred Architecture
Electives 1
Select two of the following:6
Introduction to Archaeology
Historical Archaeology
Archaeological Artifact Conservation
Museums and Their Functions
Comparative Theory in the Built and Virtual Environments
History of Building Technology
Recording Historic Buildings
Conservation of Natural Resources
Geographic Information Systems for Resource Management
Methods of Environmental Interpretation
The Evolving City
Sustainable Communities
Total Semester Credit Hours15
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Eligible undergraduate students meeting prerequisite requirements may enroll in the ARCH 648.

Students must complete a minimum of 6 hours in residence at the 300-400 level.

Students applying for a minor in Architectural Heritage Conservation must have a 2.0 or better overall GPR. Some colleges and departments outside the College of Architecture may permit their students to minor.

Students must obtain a C or better in each course listed above (or in any transfer course used as an equivalent).