Course Requirements for a Post-Baccalaureate Certificate with a

Concentration in Historic Preservation

Required courses for the Historic Preservation certificate
  • HIS/IAR 543: Historic Preservation: Principles and Practice (3 hrs.)
  • HIS/IAR 624: History of American Landscapes and Architecture (3 hrs.)
  • HIS/IAR 625: Preservation Planning and Law (3 hrs.)
  • HIS/IAR 690: Internship* (3 hrs.)
  • 3 hours of approved electives
Electives

To complete the 15 hours of coursework for either certificate, electives will be selected with the approval of the Director of Graduate Studies from the following 3-hour courses:

  • HIS/IAR 536: History of the Decorative Arts
  • HIS/IAR 545: Southern History and Southern Material Culture in a Museum Context
  • HIS/IAR 543: Historic Preservation: Principles and Practic
  • HIS/IAR 547: History Museum Curatorship: Collections Management
  • HIS/IAR 548: Architectural Conservation
  • HIS/IAR 624: History of American Landscapes and Architecture
  • HIS/IAR 552: History and Theories in Material Culture
  • HIS/IAR 555: Field Methods in Preservation Technology
  • HIS/IAR 625: Preservation Planning and Law
  • HIS/IAR 626: Management and Leadership in Public History
  • HIS/IAR 627: Museum and Historic Site Interpretation: Principles and Practice
  • HIS/IAR 628: Identification and Evaluation of the Historic Built Environment
  • HIS/LIS 505: Introduction to Archival Management
  • ATY 597: Special Problems in Anthropology
  • ART 590: Museum Studies
  • GEO 502: Urban Planning
  • PSC 540: Nonprofit Management and Leadership
Additional Information
  • Students with appropriate professional work experience may substitute an elective for the Internship requirement with prior approval of the Director of Graduate Studies.
  • Core courses for either certificate may be taken as electives for the other certificate.
  • Students must maintain a minimum grade point average of 3.0 in all certificate course work.
  • No more than 3 semester hours of "C" will count towards a certificate.

For additional information on the Historic Preservation certificate, please contact:

Tina Sarawgi, Director of Graduate Study
Department of Interior Architecture
102 Gatewood Building
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Post Office Box 26170
Greensboro, North Carolina 27402-6170

Phone: 336/303-8462
Fax: 336/334-5049
E-mail: tina_sarawgi@uncg.edu
Web Page: http://www.uncg.edu/iar/