Historic Preservation - Certificate
Based in the College of Architecture, the Certificate in Historic Preservation is open to students in a graduate degree program at Texas A&M University. This cross-disciplinary program draws on strong discipline-based academic programs that prepare graduates to further their career goals. The certificate assumes that historic preservation is a cross-disciplinary field, and the program is designed to ensure that students gain a sense of mutual respect for others in the field, and appropriate awareness, understanding, and ability within a specific body of knowledge.
The student must complete a MINIMUM of fifteen (15) credit hours of coursework with historic preservation content. The courses MUST be applicable toward a graduate degree at Texas A&M University, but need not necessarily be included on the student's degree plan.
|Code||Title||Semester Credit Hours|
|ARCH 646||Historic Preservation Theory and Practice||3|
|Select 12 semester credit hours of the following: 1,2||12|
|Architectural Design IV|
|Seminar in Art and Architectural History 3|
|Recording Historic Buildings|
|Building Preservation Technology|
|Advanced History of Building Technology|
|Digital Architectural Photography|
|Special Topics in... 3|
Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning:
|Geographical Information Systems in Landscape and Urban Planning|
|Law and Legislation Related to Planning|
|Special Topics in... 3|
|Conservation of Archaeological Resources I|
|Conservation of Archaeological Resources II|
|Skills in Maritime Archaeology|
|Cultural Resources Management|
|Processes in Cultural Geography|
Recreation, Parks and Tourism:
|Methods of Environmental Interpretation|
|Total Semester Credit Hours||15|
At least three (3) credit hours of coursework with historic preservation content MUST be from outside the student's major field.
The student must complete a Professional Study, Professional Paper, Thesis, or Dissertation with a significant historic preservation content.
May be counted towards the certificate if topic is related to Historic Preservation education and is approved by Director of the Center for Heritage Conservation
Must complete a Professional Study, Professional Paper, Thesis, or Dissertation with a significant historic preservation content.
Must participate in a colloquium to communicate the historic preservation content of the completed Professional Study, Professional Paper, Thesis, or Dissertation to be evaluated by the Director and Certificate Committee of the Center for Historic Preservation.