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Economics & Practice of Historic Preservation
Instructors: 
Credits: 
3
Semesters Offered: 
Spring
4-Letter Course Group: 
PRST
Course Number: 
6320

 

Part I of the Economics and Practice of Preservation Course concentrates on the role of historic preservation in the real estate development world. Designed as a seminar course, the
instructor will provide a weekly overview of specific topics, promote student discussion and moderate invited guest speakers' discussions. Topics will cover the development process with a focus on its financial aspects, a range of local and national development incentives, and the measurements of the economic impact of historic preservation. The role of historic preservation as an economic development tool and neighborhood reinvestment strategy will be explored.

Course Description

 Old Course Number: PRST 6810

Course is Active: 
yes
Course Materials: 
Course Topic: 
Preservation Studies