Drew University’s Certificate in Historic Preservation Program invites community members to explore preservation in New Jersey by participating in courses being offered this winter! This program is designed to appeal to anyone interested in learning about preservation including owners of historic buildings, town planners, architects, real estate professionals, developers and many more.
Various ten-week courses and one day workshops are offered throughout the year and are designed to provide a comprehensive introduction to the field of historic preservation. Students may register for courses individually or may work towards a certificate. Winter term classes begin the week of January 10, 2012 and meet on Drew University’s campus.
Winter 2012 course offerings include: Arrowheads to Architecture: Archaeology’s Place in Historic Preservation in New Jersey; Photographic Documentation for Historic Preservation; American Architectural History; Preservation Law: Navigating the Torts, Titles and Trials and Preservation in Practice and A Primer for Historic Preservation Commissions.
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