Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Heritage Education - Plymouth State University - Plymouth, New Hampshire

Plymouth State's Certificate in Historic Preservation is a non-degree certificate designed to develop fundamental understanding of historic preservation issues and opportunities that promote the protection of historic and cultural resources, and to build skills in stewardship and leadership for individuals working in community preservation organizations and/or government agencies and commissions.

Courses include:

Principles of Historic Preservation
Heritage Studies Foundations
The Rural Cultural Environment: Architecture and Landscape
NH and New England Historical Sites
Historical Preservation Methods and Documentation
Preservation Planning & Management
Cultural Property Law
Archaeological Methods
Sustainability and Historic Preservation

For those who want more instruction, Plymouth State also offers a full Master in Education of Heritage Studies.

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