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Historic Preservation and Community Planning Major Requirements

Degree: Bachelor of Arts

Credit Hours: 39+

"PR" indicates a pre-requisite. "CO" indicates a co-requisite.

Courses within this major may also satisfy general education requirements. Please consult http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu for more information.

Required Courses

HPCP 199

Introduction to Historic Preservation (3) PR: None

HPCP 299

Preservation Planning Studio (3) PR: HPCP 199 or instructor permission

ARTH 265

The City as a Work of Art (3) PR: None

OR

 

HIST 211

American Urban History (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu)

ARTH 335

History of American Architecture (3) PR: 6 credit hours of ARTH or ARTH 299 or HPCP 199 or instructor permission

ARTH 338

U.S. Vernacular Architecture & Material Culture (3) PR: 6 credit hours of ARTH or ARTH 299 or HPCP 199 or instructor permission

URST 310

Urban Planning (3) PR: None

HPCP 410

Internship (also satisfied by HIST 496 or URST 400) (1-6) PR: None

HPCP 415

Senior Paper/Senior Studio (3) PR: Senior standing

Select 6 credit hours from the following:

ARTH 105

Introduction to Architecture (3) PR: None

HPCP 215

Researching Historic Properties (3) PR: HPCP 199

HPCP 275

History of Land Design (3) PR: None

HPCP 305

Building Pathology (3) PR: HPCP 199; HPCP 299 is recommended

HPCP 315

Urban Design Studio (3) PR: URST 310 or instructor permission

HPCP 319

Architectural Design Studio (3) PR: None

HPCP 375

Landscape Design Studio (3) PR: None

HPCP 420

Preservation Law and Economics (3) PR: HPCP 199 and instructor permission

HIST 323

Society and Culture of Early Charleston (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu) or instructor permission.

Select 9 credit hours from the following:

ANTH 202

Archaeology (3) PR: None

ANTH 493

Field School in Archaeology (8) PR: ANTH 202

ARTH 260

Addlestone Seminar on the Arts and Culture of the Lowcountry (3) PR: None

ARTH 333

Traditional Design in Charleston (3) PR: None

ARTH 394

18th & 19th Century Architecture (3) PR: 6 credit hours ARTH, or ARTH 299, or instructor permission

ARTH 395

20th Century Architecture (3) PR: 6 credit hours ARTH, or ARTH 299, or instructor permission

ARTS 119

Drawing I (3) PR: None

ARTS 215

Photography I (3) PR: ARTS 119

ECON 307

Urban Economics (3) PR: Junior standing; ECON 200, 201, MATH 105 or 120 or instructor permission

HIST 214

American Ethnic History 1607-Present (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu)

HIST 216

African American History to 1865(3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu)

HIST 217

African American History since 1865 (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu)

HIST 221

Women in the United States. (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu)

HIST 222

History of South Carolina (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu)

HIST 224

History of the South to 1865 (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu)

HIST 225

History of the South since 1865 (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu)

HIST 256

History of Science and Technology (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu)

HIST 301

Colonial America, 1585-1763 (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu)

HIST 304

History of the United States: Civil War and Reconstruction, 1845-1877 (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu)

HIST 307

History of the United States: Cold War America, 1945-Present (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu)

HIST 357

 

Victorian Britain (3) PR: One course in pre-modern history and one course in modern history from the list of approved courses satisfying the general education history requirement (see http://registrar.cofc.edu/general-edu)

HPCP 280

Conservation of Historic Materials (3) PR: HPCP 199

HPCP 290

Special Topics in Historic Preservation (3) PR: HPCP 199

HPCP 298

Autocad and Photoshop for Preservationists (3) PR: None

HPCP 339

History of American Interiors (3) PR: HPCP 199

HPCP 340

Special Topics in Historic Preservation (3) PR: HPCP 199, 299

HPCP 418

Historic Preservation Law (1) PR: None

HPCP 419

Historic Preservation Economics (1) PR: None

ARTH 490

Independent Study in Art History (3) PR: Student must be a junior or senior art history major with an overall GPA of at least 3.00 and an art history GPA of at least 3.30

POLI 305

Urbanization and Urban Geography (3) PR: None

POLI 322

Urban Government and Politics (3) PR: POLI 101

URST 201

Introduction to Urban Studies (3) PR: None