Architectural Studies

Historic Preservation: Curriculum

Year

Major Core

Hallmarks Core

Electives

One

  • Design 1: Interdisciplinary Foundation Studies (Fall)
  • Drawing I for Architecture & Design (Fall)
  • Design 2: Foundation Studies (Spring)
  • Technical Drawing and Graphic (Spring)
  • Pathways Seminar
  • Writing Seminar I: Written Communication
  • Debating U.S. Issues
  • Science I: SCI-108 or SCI-110 (Fall)
  • Science II: General Physics (Spring)
  • Quantitative Reasoning I
  • Quantitative Reasoning II or Free Elective

Two

  • Design 3 OR Free Elective (Fall)
  • Intro to Historic Preservation (Fall)
  • Preservation Technology 1 (Fall)
  • Visualization I: Digital Modeling (Fall)
  • History 1: The Built Environment, Ancient to Medieval (Fall)
  • Preservation technology 2 (Spring)
  • Historic Preservation Documentation: Photography (Spring)
  • History 2: Renaissance/Baroque (Spring)
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  • Ethics
  • Writing Seminar II: Multimedia Communication

Three

  • Historic Preservation Documentation: Drawing (Fall)
  • History 3: Early Modern Architecture & Interiors (Fall)
  • Archival Research for Historic Preservation (Fall)
  • Historic Preservation Seminar (Rome) OR Free Elective (Spring)
  • History and Theory of Urban Forms (Spring)
  • American Diversity
  • Global Citizenship
  • Global Diversity or Language
  • Integrative Seminar
  • Debating Global Issues

Four

  • Restoration/ Rehabilitation of Interiors (Fall)
  • American Architecture (Fall)
  • Internship or Free Elective (Fall)
  • History 4: Modern/Contemporary (Spring)
  • Capstone Studio: Adaptive Reuse
  • Cultural Site Management
  • Micro Studio - Adaptive Reuse & Sustainability
  • Internship or Free Elective
  • Capstone Folio Workshop
  • Free Electives (6 credits, Fall)

Total Credit hours :125 - 126

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