2018-2019 Graduate Catalog 
    
    May 18, 2021  
2018-2019 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Conservation and Stewardship Graduate Certificate


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The Conservation and Stewardship Graduate Certificate promotes and produces knowledge and techniques in the restoration and regeneration of a wide array of cultural artifacts. Broadly based in the arts and the sciences, the Certificate in Conservation and Stewardship focuses on collaborative research and coursework – in particular on the relationships between the design disciplines and their effect on both built and natural environments. Owing to the growing global concern for sustainable and regenerative responses to designed and natural environments, this concentration explores the processes and systems that affect both local and global responses to contemporary issues of public policy. The Certificate in Conservation and Stewardship has three goals: to expand local knowledge through topical research, to document the physical environment and the human effect on these environments, and to disseminate that documented knowledge to educate future practitioners and scholars, and the public at-large.

  • The Certificate in Conservation and Stewardship offers opportunities for topical study such as, but not limited to:
  • Sustainable Urban and Rural Landscapes TVA and Public Policy
  • Cultural Resource Conservation and Development Architectural Preservation
  • Potential Resources:
  • Governor’s Chair for Energy + Urbanism UTK Smart Communities Initiative
  • Knox Heritage
  • Regional Planning Agencies in Knoxville Regional Planning Agencies in Nashville Regional Planning Agencies in Chattanooga Nashville Civic Design Center

Requirements

All courses must meet the approval of Chair of Graduate Architecture Program in order to be counted towards the Conservation and Stewardship Graduate Certificate. In addition, faculty will be required to approve the use of their course towards the concentration based on fitness of content. Documentation will be kept by the School of Architecture, but it is the student’s responsibility to solicit approval through the advising process.

Six credit hours from the following:

ARCH 525  (1-3)
ARCH 550  (1-3)
ARCH 552  (1-3)
ARCH 554  (1-3)
ARCH 586  (6)
ARCH 590  (6)
ARCH 598  (6)
ARCH 599  (6)

Plus six elective credit hours from one of these courses or similar courses per advising process: Of the six elective credit hours, up to three credit hours may be from:

ARCH 526  (3)
ARCH 591  (1-9)
ARCH 593  (1-9)

Of the six elective credit hours, up to three credit hours may be from approved courses in other departments, such as:

ANTHROPOLOGY

ANTH 510  (3)

CLASSICS

CLAS 436  (3)

GEOGRAPHY

GEOG 411  (3)

HISTORY

HIST 642  (3) HIST 643  (3)

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

LAR 513 (3)
LAR 525  (1-6)
LAR 583  (3)

POLITICAL SCIENCE

POLS 548  (3)
POLS 549  (3)
POLS 556  (3)

 

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