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College of Environment and Design

Minor in Historic Preservation


TOTAL HOURS: 15

Program Description

The minor in Historic Preservation will be helpful for students pursuing a career in history, architecture, landscape architecture, geography, engineering, interior design, urban and regional planning, and conservation. Students will develop a solid base knowledge of the tools and practices necessary for the conservation or sensitive adaptation of historic buildings and landscapes.

 

The Historic Preservation minor complements a range of majors, including those focused on history, the built environment, and the intersection of people and our environment:

  • Anthropology
  • Art and Art History
  • Business
  • Ecology
  • Environmental Engineering
  • History
  • Interior Design
  • Journalism
  • Landscape Architecture
  • Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management
  • Pre-Law

 

Required Courses (6 hours)

  HIPR 4000   Introduction to Historic Preservation   3  
LAND 4630 Evolution of American Architecture 3

 

 

 

Electives (Choose at least 9 hours)

  HIPR 4030   Principles and Practices of Historic Preservation   3  
HIPR 4072 Issues in International Heritage Conservation 3
HIPR 4100 Cultural Resources Assessment 3
HIPR 4120 Historic Site Interpretation 3
HIPR 4200 Preservation Law 3
HIPR 4330 Introduction to Cultural Landscape Documentation 3
HIPR 4460 Rural Preservation 3
HIPR 4480 Introduction to Cultural Landscape Conservation  
HIPR 4811 Costal Georgia Field Studies 3
HIPR 4950 Preservation Planning  
LAND 2510 History of the Built Environment I: Landscape 3
LAND 2520 History of the Built Environment II: Architecture 3
EDES 4601 Vernacular Architecture 3
EDES 4630 History of 20th Century Architecture 3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For more information, contact:
MHP Program Coordinator
Scott Nesbit
102 Denmark Hall
706-542-3996

 

 

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