Summer and Fall 2016 Course Schedule

In the summer,
HIS 188 Field Survey Techniques for Archaeology, taught by Professor Clark on Tuesday-Thursday evenings in the first six-week session
In the fall
HIS 181 Introduction to Historic Preservation, taught by Professor Sprinkle on Wednesday nights
HIS 183 Survey of Museum Practice, taught by Professor Dluger on Thursday nights
Internship will be available in either the summer or fall.  Please contact Professor Evans if you are interested.

Changes to the Certificate Program

For the 2016-17 academic year, the revised Public History and Historic Preservation program requirements will be:
1st Semester
HIS      180      Historical Archaeology
HIS      181      Introduction to Historic Preservation
2nd Semester
HIS      183      Survey of Museum Practice
Elective course
3rd Semester
HIS      187      Interpreting Material Culture
HIS      190      Coordinated Internship
18 Total credits for the Historic Preservation Career Studies Certificate
The elective course to the chosen from
HIS 188 Field Survey Techniques for Archaeology
HIS 186 Collections Management
GIS 200 Geographic Information Systems
HIS 218 Introduction to Digital History
HIS 205 Local History
HIS 281 History of Virginia I
All first-time students must take a one-credit Student Development (SDV) course prior to enrolling in their 16th credit at NOVA.