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Accounting 010
African Area Studies 016
African, Middle Eastern, and South Asian Languages and Literatures 013
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Agriculture and Food Systems 020
American History 512
American Literature
American Studies 050
Animal Science 067
Anthropology 070
Armenian 078
Art 081
Art History 082
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Certificate in Historic Preservation
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New Brunswick Undergraduate Catalog 2017-2019 Programs of Study and Courses for Liberal Arts and Sciences Students Programs, Faculty, and Courses Art History 082 Certificate in Historic Preservation  

Certificate in Historic Preservation

The certificate program offers a combination of courses originating in the Department of Art History, other School of Arts and Sciences departments, the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences, and the Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy. The program is open to undergraduate students in all units of the university, subject to limitations of space and course prerequisites. To be eligible for the certificate, students must have a grade-point average of 3.0. Students must submit an application to this program through the Department of Art History. A certificate in historic preservation will be awarded to all students who complete the program with an average grade of B or better. The certificate will be conferred only with the awarding of a B.A. or B.S. degree in an established department or other degree-granting program in the university.

The requirements for a certificate in historic preservation include a total of five 3-credit courses. Two of these, taken in any sequence, are required core courses: Seminar in Cultural Heritage and Preservation Studies, and Historic Preservation. Elective courses can be selected from any of those listed below. Prerequisites to the courses must be met by those enrolled. The fifth of the five required courses is a supervised internship approved in advance in writing by the Department of Art History.

Core Courses in Preservation (to be offered every year in conjunction with the Bloustein School)

Art History

01:082:430 Seminar in Cultural Heritage and Preservation Studies (fall) (3)

10:762:448 Historic Preservation (spring) (3)

Elective Courses

Art History

01:082:276 Great Works of Modern Architecture (3)

01:082:300 History of Modern Crafts and Design (3)

01:082:301 Ancient Architecture (3)

01:082:304 Architect and Society in England (3)

01:082:367 American Art 1585-1876 (3)

01:082:368 Modern American Art (3)

01:082:375 Renaissance and Baroque Architecture (3)

01:082:391 Nineteenth-Century Architecture in the United States (3)

01:082:392 Twentieth-Century Architecture (3)

01:082:397 Medieval Architecture (3)

01:082:420 African Architecture (3)

01:082:421 Contemporary American Architecture (3)

01:082:428 The Modern City (3)

01:082:441,442 Special Topics In Historic Preservation (3,3)

01:082:444 Studies In Architectural Preservation (3)

01:082:445 Studies in the Art and Architecture of New Jersey (3)

01:082:446 Studies in American Architecture (3)

01:082:447,448 Internship in Historic Preservation (3,3)

Planning/Public Policy (all courses to be open to School of Arts and Sciences undergraduates by special arrangement).

10:975:478 History of Planning Thought (3)

10:975:499 Public Policy and the Arts (3)

34:970:508 Comprehensive Planning (3)

34:970:510 Graduate Planning Studio (3)

34:970:525 Property Theory and Policy (3)

34:970:585 Tourism Planning (3)

34:970:602 Zoning for Communities of Place (3)

34:970:604 Land Development Practice (3)

Environmental Resources

11:372:231 Fundamentals of Environmental Planning (3)

11:372:322 Surveying and Mapping (3)

11:372:409 New Jersey Planning Practice (3)

American Studies

01:050:216 America in the Arts (3)

01:050:281 Urban Adventure (1.5)

01:050:291 Jerseyana: New Jersey as a Culture (3)

01:050:300,301. Topics in American Studies (3,3)

01:050:304 The American City (3)

01:050:308 The Culture of Metropolis (3)


01:070:105 Introduction to Archaeology (4)

01:070:208 Survey of Historical Archaeology (3)

01:070:333 Colonial Archaeology (3)

01:070:393 Cultural Resource Management (3)


01:450:205 World Cultural Regions (3)

01:450:222 Cultural Geography (3)

01:450:321 Geographic Information Systems (3)

01:450:331 New Jersey (3)

Landscape Architecture

11:550:330 History of Landscape Architecture (3)

11:550:430 Advanced Landscape History Seminar (3)

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