Heritage, Volume 8, Number 3, Summer 1990 Page: 33
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HfISTORIC UES ERVATIO
AT TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY
The College of Architecture at Texas A&M University offers graduate degree programs for the complete spectrum of the design, planning,
construction and development fields. These professions share a common intellectual domain that directs the teaching, research and
service activities of the college.
Central to the college philosophy is a commitment to human well-being, and a professional obligation to promote health in the creation
and transformation of our buildings, towns and landscapes. This commitment is reflected in course work, faculty expertise and activity,
and project work and research in the area of historic preservation.
THE CENTER FOR HISTORIC RESOURCES
The Center for Historic Resources, established by Texas A&M University in 1986, serves as a university liaison with individuals and
organizations interested in the discovery, investigation, development, preservation, conservation, and restoration of historically valuable
elements of the built environment in Texas and other areas. The Texas Historical Foundation which was founded in 1954, merged with
the Center for Historic Resources in 1987, creating one of the foremost organizations in the state with a commitment to historic
PROGRAMS OF STUDY
A basic premise of the study program is to provide a range of course work that will normally be taken as a specialization within the framework
of a graduate first professional degree in one of the departments of the college. Each of the professional degree programs consists of a core
of course work. The Historic Preservation Specialization builds upon the professional core and acts as both a foundation and preparation
for the Thesis, Final Study or Professional Report required by the specific degree program.
COURSES IN HISTORIC PRESERVATION :
Historic Building Preservation * Recording Historic Structures * Preservation Technology for Buildings * History and Practice of
Landscape Preservation * Preservation Law * Internships Problems Courses * History of Architecture Courses
Related courses in the Colleges of Liberal Arts, Geosciences, Business and Agriculture are also available to interested students.
For further information on the Specialization in Historic Preservation contact Professor David G. Woodcock, Department of Architecture, Texas
A&M University, College Station, TX 77843-3137 409/845-7850.
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