Certificate in Historic Preservation
The Certificate in Historic Preservation creates an opportunity for students from many disciplines who are interested in increasing their knowledge about architectural history and knowing more about how this knowledge can be applied in historical contexts in the built environment. The program can be of interest to students majoring in disciplines such as community development where students learn to work with communities and public policy, art history where students are educated to understand the broad scope of art and architectural historical knowledge, or public history where students focus on the cultural dimension of history.
The Certificate in Historic Preservation is available to all undergraduate degree students, except students in the Architecture major or the Historic Preservation major.
The Historic Preservation Certificate requires 15 credits of coursework that includes the Architectural History survey sequence and core Preservation courses. The Certificate gives students an overview of the preservation field and an opportunity to work on projects that address current issues of historic preservation in contextual settings.
This credit certificate may be conferred upon a student by recommendation of the faculty and upon satisfactory completion of the required credits with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0.
At least half of the courses required for the certificate must be completed at Temple University.
|Note: The symbol after the course title indicates that the class is offered ONLY in the semester indicated.|
|(F) = offered fall only|
|(S) = offered spring only|
|ARCH 1001||Introduction to Design and the Environment||3|
|ARCH 2141||Architectural History: Ancient through Renaissance (F)||3|
|ARCH 2142||Architectural History: Renaissance through 20th Century (S)||3|
|ARCH 3111||Introduction to Historic Preservation (F) 1||3|
|ARCH 4145||Research Methods for Historic Preservation (F) 2||3|
|Total Credit Hours||15|
Students must declare the certificate prior to taking ARCH 3111.
This course has a prerequisite.