The Certificate Program in Historic Preservation program will emphasize the theory and practice of historic preservation and development of the technical skills to carry out a professional career in the field. The 12-credit-hour program prepares professionals for the successful practice of historic preservation in public, private, and non-profit venues and can be pursued full or part time. Students may choose one of the initial pre-defined areas of emphasis including (but not limited to): planning, museum studies, material culture, documentation and analysis, non-profit leadership, vernacular architecture and landscapes, geographic information systems and design. The program is designed to meet the needs of both traditional graduate students and working professionals, with graduates having the skills and knowledge to work with a wide variety of populations and in diverse settings.
The University of Delaware published graduate student tuition base rate for graduate credit in 2016-17 is $1,720 per credit hour. UD Deans may offer adjustments to students in specific programs that may reduce the per credit costs.
- Program Web Site
- Graduate Catalog
- Program Admission Requirements
- Program Degree Requirements
- Supplemental Documentation