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CHAD faculty offer a 12-credit Graduate Certificate In Historic Preservation available to both undergraduate and graduate students, and to those not currently enrolled at UD. For UD graduate students, the Certificate is available either as an option within the M.A. in Urban Affairs and Public Policy, or as an add-on for graduate students in any other department or program. Undergraduate students at UD may also obtain the Graduate Certificate simultaneously along with any undergraduate major (but must be sure to enroll only in 600-level sections rather than 400-level sections in order to have the courses count towards the Graduate Certificate). Anyone holding an undergraduate degree but not currently a full-time student at UD can enroll in the Historic Preservation Certificate Program as a part-time stand-alone graduate program.
The Graduate Certificate in Historic Preservation requires 12 credit hours.
Two 3-credit courses are required:
UAPP629 Historic Preservation Theory and Practice (3)
UAPP630 Methods in Historic Preservation (3)
The remaining 6 credits can be chosen from the following courses:
UAPP613 Planning Theory and Urban Policy (3)
UAPP631 Documentation of Historic Structures (3)
UAPP636 Research Topics in Historic Preservation (3)
UAPP654 Vernacular Architecture (3)
UAPP627 World Heritage Sites (1)
SPPA644 Grantsmanship and Proposal Writing (1)
UAPP652 Geographic Information Systems in Public Policy (1)
UAPP618 Traditional Architectural Materials (3)
UAPP706 Planning Sustainable Communities and Regions (3)
ARTH629 Studies in Modern Architecture
ARTH631 Studies in American Architecture of the Colonial and Federal Periods
ARTH633 Studies in Nineteenth Century American Architecture
ANTH663 Historical Archaeology and the Public
EAMC604 Historic American Interiors
EAMC607 British Design History 1530-1930
EAMC609 Craftsmanship in America
MSST605 Historical Properties
Other relevant courses can be substituted with permission of the program director.
How to Apply:
Current UD graduate students can add the Certificate Program using the Graduate Certificate Enrollment Request Form available at: http://www1.udel.edu/gradoffice/forms-new/gradcertificate-enrollment.pdf
Current UD undergraduate students can add the Certificate Program using the Graduate Certificate Enrollment Request Form for Current Undergraduate Students available at: http://www1.udel.edu/gradoffice/forms-new/undergrad-cert-approval-form.pdf
Non-full-time students can enroll in the Certificate Program by applying online at: http://grad.udel.edu/apply/
The online application for those not currently enrolled at UD requires filling out the form, requesting undergraduate transcripts, and completing a short essay on why you are interested in the program. It does not require GRE scores or letters of recommendation. Applications can be submitted at any time.
For more information about the program, contact Dr. Chandra L. Reedy, Interim Director of CHAD and Director of the Certificate Program in Historic Preservation.
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CHAD offers paid research assistantships to both undergraduate and graduate students. Students work on a variety of projects that involve the development of skills useful in professional positions in historic preservation, planning, or public policy.
For more information about funded positions in CHAD, contact Catherine Morrissey, Assistant Director of CHAD.