The certificate program is open to all matriculated and non-matriculated graduate students at the University of Washington. Applications will be accepted twice per year, in Autumn and Spring quarter.
Admission preference will be given to those in fields relevant to historic preservation, such as: planning, architecture, landscape architecture, history, geography, public policy, and museology.
Applicants should complete and submit the form below. Alternatively, application packages may be sent to email@example.com. An application package should include:
- Letter of interest
- Current UW transcripts (unofficial is fine)
Students should apply and be admitted before taking the core courses if they would like to receive the certificate. However, if they have already taken relevant courses and later decide to pursue the certificate, they may still apply.
The program also welcomes students who do not wish to pursue the certificate, but who want to take preservation courses and/or have a general interest in the field. Anyone interested in preservation is welcome on the program’s email list to hear about preservation courses, events, and opportunities. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to request addition to the email list.
Questions about the Historic Preservation Program? Email email@example.com.