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National Council for Preservation Education Standards


ncpecolor.gifThe National Council on Preservation Education has extended full membership to the Ursuline College Undergraduate Program in Historic Preservation for fully meeting its standards for preservation education degree programs.


URSULINE DEGREE REQUIREMENTS AS THEY RELATE TO STANDARDS SET BY THE NATIONAL COUNCIL ON PRESERVATION EDUCATION



NCPE RECOMMENDATIONS URSULINE COURSEWORK CREDIT HOURS
REQUIRED ELEMENTS
1. History of the designed environment,
architecture, urban development,
landscape architecture, and/or material
culture
HiP 225 Architectural History; HiP 325 American Architecture; HiP 355 Cleveland Architecture; 3, 3, 3
2. History and theory of preservation HiP 125 Intro;
HiP 450/550
Issues and Ethics
3,3
3. Documentation and recording
techniques
AR210 Visual Comm; HiP 220 Architectural Drawing; HiP 260 CAD;
HiP 425/525
Documenting/Recording
Historical Properties
3, 3, 3
4. Internship, practicum, or apprenticeship HiP 475 Internship 3
SPECIALIZED ELEMENTS
5. Design Issues: appropriateness,
restoration/rehabilitation, in-fill,
exterior/interior concerns, effect on
surroundings
HiP 345 Furniture History; HiP 470/570
Adaptive ReUse
3, 3
6. Technological issues: history, evaluation
in building materials and systems
HiP 210 Materials & Methods;
HiP 460/560
Conservation Studio
3,3
7. Economic issues: marketing principles,
public/private finance, property
management, budget preparation
PR 321 Grant Writing 3
8. Legal issues: constitutional law,
preservation case law, regulatory
legislation and administration at the
federal/state/local level
HiP 455/555
Preservation Law
3
9. Planning issues: zoning, strategic
planning, housing, social aspects of real
estate development, archeological and
cultural landscapes
HiP 465/565
Preservation Planning
3
10. Curatorial issues: site development,
interpretation, management
11. Additional Coursework HI 290 or 490 3