Community Planning and Historic Preservation, Master of Community Planning and Master of Historic Preservation (dual degree) (M.C.P. and M.H.P.)

Non-thesis only: 63 credits required

Course Title Credits
Core Requirements
HISP600History, Theory, and Practice of Historic Preservation3
HISP611Historical Research Methods3
HISP630Preservation Policy and Planning3
HISP635Social and Ethnic Issues in Historic Preservation Practice3
HISP640Historic Preservation Law, Advocacy and Public Policy3
HISP655American Vernacular Architecture4
HISP670Conservation of Historic Places: Historic Materials, Building Systems, and Conservation3
HISP680Preservation Economics3
HISP690 (Preservation Management and Practice)2
HISP710Final Project in Historic Preservation I1
HISP711Final Project in Historic Preservation II2
HISP650Historic Preservation Studio Workshop6
or URSP708 Community Planning Studio
Internship0
URSP600Research Design and Application3
URSP601Research Methods3
URSP603Land Use Planning: Concepts and Techniques3
URSP604The Planning Process3
URSP605Planning History and Theory3
URSP606Planning Economics3
URSP688Recent Developments in Urban Studies (URSP 688Z - Planning and Design in the Multicultural Metropolis)3
or URSP673 Community Development
URSP688Recent Developments in Urban Studies (URSP688L Planning Technology)3
URSP Elective3
Total Credits63