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Online Graduate Certificate in Historic Preservation at University of Kentucky

The Department of Historic Preservation in the College of Design at the University of Kentucky is pleased to announce a new online graduate certificate in Historic Preservation beginning the fall 2016 semester. The 12-credit certificate has been distilled to provide practitioners in a broad range of fields with an understanding of historic preservation that will enhance existing careers and open new doors for all those with an interest in the built environment.

Two courses are required and two courses can be selected from the list of electives to serve the needs of people with a wide variety of backgrounds. A brief description of the certificate courses and when they will be offered is listed below. One feature of the new certificate is Field Methods in Historic Preservation, an optional course that provides 5-day, intensive hands-on experience using different types of preservation technology and producing professional reports.

Through a grant from the University of Kentucky eLearning, we are providing a limited number of scholarships to people taking the first course this fall.
Because we are offering this certificate at short notice, the UK Graduate School will process applications in time for fall enrollment. Interested students should apply immediately. The Graduate Certificate Program does not require GRE scores or official transcripts.

Please apply at: https://app.applyyourself.com/AYApplicantLogin/fl_ApplicantConnectLogin.asp?id=ukgrad

For more information, contact Dr. Allison Carll White, Chair of the Department of Preservation, at 859-257-7663 or hedcarll@uky.edu.
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