HIST 3012 American Architecture and Historic Preservation

Our built environment has stories to tell. In this course students will learn about the history and functions of historic preservation as it relates to the built environment in the United States. This course includes a survey of historical and regulatory examples of the historic preservation movement and provides students first-hand experiences with historical research as it relates to the built environment. The course is suited to those considering or pursuing work in the field of public policy, public history, and public administration.


3 credits

Lecture Hours



Students must earn a C or better in HIST 1111, HIST 1111H, HIST 1112, HIST 1112H, HIST 2111, HIST 2111H, HIST 2112, or HIST 2112H