Historic Preservation classes are being offered at Drew University this spring. If you or your organization are planning preservation projects, or have questions about those projects, look no further than Drew University.
Perhaps you are puzzled by a building analysis or a repair that is needed in a section of your historic home. Or, your town’s historic commission needs a better understanding of land use, state and federal regulations and preservation law to move forward on a development project. Maybe you would like a better grasp of apps, website development, social networks and how they impact historic preservation. Or, perhaps it is time to repair the moldings and replace the window casings in your home.
Whatever your interest or need, Drew University’s Historic Preservation courses are designed to appeal to anyone eager to learn about preservation and will appeal to many including owners of historic homes and buildings, town planners, architects, real estate professionals and developers. Various ten-week courses and one-day workshops are offered this spring and are designed to provide a comprehensive introduction to the field of historic preservation. Most classes and workshops meet on Drew University’s campus. Spring term classes begin March 26th and run through May 30th. Registration fees range from $475 for full-term classes and one-day workshops start at $115.
Call Drew’s Caspersen School of Graduate Study at 973/408-3185 for a brochure and registration information or visit our web site to review the spring 2013 course offerings at http://www.drew.edu/historicpreservation and register online! Space is limited in all courses so register now to avoid disappointment. The registration deadline is March 20th.