Heritage Preservation, Advanced Certificate
The Advanced Certificate in Heritage Preservation builds on the idea of public history as the collection, preservation and dissemination of information about the past, beyond the academic program and to the general public. Heritage preservation is dedicated to preserving, conserving and protecting buildings, objects, landscapes and other artifacts of historical significance. Preservationists and conservators (those who actively restore and rehabilitate historic artifacts) work in organizations like archives, libraries, museums, historical societies, public policy organizations, schools, government organizations and parks, churches, media, and corporations.
Program Delivery and Tuition Rate
This certificate program is delivered through online courses and a required internship and is billed at the non-MBA rate.
Students may begin this 12-credit certificate in the fall, spring or summer terms. The required courses and suggested sequence are as follows:
|PBHS 6040||Museums and Public History: Theory & Practices||3|
|PBHS 6245||Preservation Material & History||3|
|PBHS 6240||Preservation Policy & Law||3|
|PBHS 7005||Public History Internship||3|