A five-course curriculum, granting a certificate for completion and satisfactory academic performance, is available for non-degree students. It is designed for planners, historic-district commissioners and others interested in the preservation field.
Following admission, the student should consult with the historic preservation program coordinator regarding completion of the course requirements. This certificate requires 11 to 14 hours of course work distributed among required courses and restricted elective courses as follows:
Geography & Geology - College of Arts & Sciences
Richard Sambrook, Ph.D.
203 Strong Hall
Ted J. Ligibel, Professor
Graduate Assistant Office