Historic Preservation (Certificate)
Heather Fearnbach, coordinator
A Certificate in Historic Preservation is offered for students who are interested in the stewardship and future of historic buildings and structures. Students will develop skills in analysis and critical thinking as they investigate ways in which preservation affects communities.
Drawing upon the wealth of Salem’s historic setting, students will develop knowledge and skills in the history and theory of historic preservation; methods of documentation and recordation; issues related to sustainable design; and the ways in which history is portrayed to public audiences outside of academic settings.
Requirements (5 courses)
PRSV 230. Historic Preservation (cross-listed with ARTD 206) One course
ARTD 248. History of Design One course
HIST 211. Public History One course
PRSV 240. Preservation-Sensitive Practices and Techniques One course
PRSV 270. Internship in Historic Preservation One course
Students may transfer up to two credits earned prior to admission to the certificate program with the approval of the program director.