Historic Preservation Program Curriculum
Historic Preservation classes are open to students of all backgrounds and levels of experience.
Classes are taken for college credit: advance your efforts toward a degree, fulfill your needs for continued learning in your profession, or fuel your desire to make a difference in your community!
The hallmark of the Bucks Preservation is the Certificate in Historic Preservation, awarded upon successful completion of 24 academic credits, including 15 core course credits and 9 elective credits.
Customize a schedule that fits your needs by taking classes online, on campus, or both! Course offerings vary by semester and year.
Core Courses: (15 credits required)
|HIST197||History and Theory of Historic Preservation||3|
|HIST198||History: American Architecture||3|
|HIST199||Methodology and Documentation||3|
|HIST203||Internship for Historic Preservation A||3|
Electives: (9 credits required)
|HIST194||Preservation Planning and Sustainability||3|
|HIST195||Introduction to Historical Archaeology||3|
|HIST202||Law, Taxes and Zoning for Historic Preservation||3|
|HIST205||Restoration Workshop I||3|
|HIST210||Preservation Field Studies||3|
|HIST216||Historic Garden Preservation||3|
|HIST219||Management of Historic Sites||3|
|INDP290||Independent Study: Historic Preservation||3|
A Course requires prerequisite.
- View the catalog descriptions for all Historic Preservation courses