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  • Home / Academics / Find a Program / Historic Preservation Bachelor’s Degree Program / Historic Preservation Bachelor’s Degree Program Course Requirements | Ursuline College - Liberal Arts Education in Ohio

    Historic Preservation Bachelor’s Degree Program

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    Historic Preservation Bachelor’s Degree Program

    Course Requirements

    Historic Preservation Course Requirements

    • HIP 125 – Intro to Historic Preservation
    • HIP 210 – Materials and Methods
    • HIP 220 – Architectural Drawing
    • HIP 225 – Architectural History
    • HIP 260 – Computer Aided Drawing
    • HIP 270 – Codes and Requirements
    • HIP 325 – American Architecture
    • HIP 345 – Furniture History
    • HIP 355 – Cleveland Architecture
    • HIP 425 – Documentation
    • HIP 450 – Issues in Historic Preservation
    • HIP 455 – Preservation Law
    • HIP 460 – Conservation
    • HIP 465 – Preservation Planning
    • HIP 470 – Adaptive Reuse
    • HIP 475 – Academic Internship
    • AR 210 – Visual Communication Design
    • PR 321 – Grant Writing
    • One of the following:
      • HIP 290 – Cleveland Sacred Landmarks
      • HIP 420 – World Sacred Landmarks

    To minor in Historic Preservation, you'll take the following classes:

    • HIP 125 – Intro to Historic Preservation
    • HIP 425 – Documentation
    • HIP 450 – Issues in Historic Preservation
    • HIP 455 – Preservation Law
    • HIP 465 – Preservation Planning
    • Three Historic Preservation electives from:
      • HIP 225 – Architectural History
      • HIP 325 – American Architecture
      • HIP 345 – Furniture History
      • HIP 355 – Cleveland Architecture
      • HI 290 – World Sacred Landmarks
      • HI 420 – Cleveland Sacred Landmarks

    Ursuline Core Curriculum

    Common Courses:

    • UC 101 - First Year Seminar
    • UC201 - Identity, Diversity, and Community
    • UC401 - Capstone Seminar

    Distribution Courses

    • EN 123 College Composition/EN 124 College Research OR EN 125 College Composition & Research
    • One science course with lab
    • MAT - One math course
    • PS or SO - One psychology or sociology course
    • EN Literature - One literature course
    • HI or PO - One history or political science course
    • AR, AT or MU - One art, art therapy or music course
    • PH - One philosophy course (300-level or higher)
    • RS - Two religious studies courses (one must be 300-level or higher)