Students in the undergraduate Minor in Preservation Studies program master fundamentals of historic preservation practice through courses in theory and practice, building technology, and architectural history. Preservation Studies students meet experts in the field and often work with organizations engaged in historic preservation projects and advocacy. Courses require fieldwork that may include regional site visits.
|PRST 2210||Introduction to Historic Preservation 1||3|
|or PRST 6210||Intro Preservation Studies|
|PRST 6220||Preservation Technology||3|
|PRST 6610||History of American Arch||3|
|PRST 6620||New Orleans Architecture||3|
|Total Credit Hours||12|
Must be taken first.
The MPS Minor is open to undergraduates at the junior level and above. Interested students should apply to the Director of the Preservation Studies Program for admittance. Students attaining grades above a 3.0 in two or more PRST courses may receive advanced standing in the graduate level Master of Preservation Studies program on separate application and acceptance to the Masters program.