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The minor in Historic Preservation is for students who are interested in a specialized focus on the preservation and documentation of historic architecture and the built environment.
Students pursuing the Historic Preservation minor must complete the following coursework, which comprises 18 credits.
The internship must be conducted with an organization that pertains to the field of historic preservation and be approved by the director of the Architectural Studies program.
Students pursuing this minor must complete three courses from the following list, for a total of at least nine credits.