Careers in the field of Architectural Preservation are those where leadership includes advocacy for places important to the underlying cultural and historical infrastructure of communities and environments.
The program’s junior and senior years require 60 credits hours, made up of 29 required architecture credits, four required chemistry credits, six General Education credits and 18 elective credits. Together with the 62 credits of the Architecture Foundation Studies program, this makes up the 122 credits required for the BS Architectural Preservation degree. It is a guaranteed degree path for all undergraduate students in the Architecture Department in good standing in the University at the end of their second year.
Students in this program are offered four courses (13 credits) specifically in the field of architectural preservation. They undertake courses in architectural history, theory and technology with other architecture majors and are required to complete one chemistry laboratory course. The program offers 18 elective credits, enabling students to obtain a minor in the College of Liberal Arts as part of their degree. Suggested fields include but are not limited to art history, history, geography and urban studies, American studies.
You can apply until:
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All students are required to complete the General Education requirements. Go to the General Education section for more information.All Temple students must take a minimum of two writing-intensive courses as part of the major. The specific writing-intensive courses required for this major are ARCH 3296 and ARCH 4596.
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