University of Oregon

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multiple: program in Historic Preservation, certificates in Nonprofit Management, certificate in Museum Studies
  • Master of Science in Historic Preservation in the Historic Preservation Program. The University of Oregon's Historic Preservation Program has an interdisciplinary focus within the School of Architecture and Allied Arts. The program offers a Master of Science in Historic Preservation as well as an Undergraduate Minor. Students enter the Master's program with a range of backgrounds, including architecture and interior design, art history, anthropology, history and planning. There are three concentration areas: Preservation Theory, Design, and Technology; Preservation Planning and Cultural Resource Management; and Resource Identification and Evaluation. Undergraduate Minor also available.
  • Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management The objective of the Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management is to prepare students for leadership positions in nonprofit and philanthropic (grant making) organizations. The curriculum, centering on technical skills specific to the nonprofit and philanthropic sectors, is designed to develop the skills necessary to manage and lead financially stable, innovative and effective organizations. Nonprofit is an organizational form that includes such diverse activities as: Community development organizations, human service agencies, employment and training centers, arts and cultural associations, affordable housing, education, sports and recreation activities, environmental protection, health and hospitals, and other public services.
  • The Museum Studies Graduate Certificate addresses the demand for professionally trained museum personnel and provides University of Oregon graduate students with an invaluable credential for the job market. It is a masters-level, multidisciplinary course of study sponsored by the Arts and Administration Program, the Department of Architecture, the Department of Art History, the Department of Anthropology and campus museum professionals. . . . The program requires 28 credit hours, including a 200-hour (6 credit) internship. Up to 12 relevant credits may be applied from courses being taken for a UO graduate degree. When all requirements are completed and certificate graduation has been requested through the School of Graduate Studies, students are awarded the Museum Studies Graduate Certificate by the School of Architecture and Allied Arts.
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