Course DescriptionLearn the fundamental tools of the preservation of historic landscapes and their use. Review the documentation and techniques for managing and enhancing culturally important landscapes as they are confronted with change or threatened with demolition. Subject-area experts share their expertise with guest lectures on specific aspects of the preservation process. You gain the knowledge and skills to make informed decisions about cultural landscapes, and develop treatment strategies such as preservation, rehabilitation, restoration and reconstruction. You also gain an understanding on how to work with and apply the Secretary of the Interior's Standards for the Treatment of Historical Properties. After this workshop, you are equipped with decision-making processes and are able to make knowledgeable choices and recommendations for actual projects.
Applies Toward the Following Certificate(s) and Program(s)
- Certificate Program in Landscape Architecture : Electives