Education

Certificate in Historic Preservation

Program Overview

The Certificate in Historic Preservation was approved by the College of Architecture Executive Committee in November 1995 for the purpose of providing students in any graduate degree program at Texas A&M University the opportunity to develop a body of knowledge in historic preservation to support their individual career goals.

 

The Certificate is based on the premise that historic preservation is a cross-disciplinary field in which practitioners must have mutual respect for others while building appropriate awareness, understanding, and abilities within a chosen area of expertise. The Certificate in Historic Preservation welcomes students with diverse educational backgrounds, and is open to any graduate student at Texas A&M with an interest in historic preservation and heritage conservation, broadly defined.

 

The coursework for the Certificate provides instruction in the following skills and knowledge deemed common and essential in the field of historic preservation by the National Council for Preservation Education:

 

Program Requirements

 

The Certificate is awarded after completion of the program and must be signed by the head of the student's academic department and the dean of the college. The certificate contains the seal of the university and appropriate text. Completion of the certificate will be acknowledged at the College of Architecture graduate recognition ceremony and will be formally awarded at the university graduation exercises.

 

More information

If you have any questions, please contact Kevin Glowacki, the certificate coordinator, at kglowacki@tamu.edu.

The following links provide more detailed information on the Graduate Certificate Program in Historic Preservation: