As part of their Continuing Education in Historic Preservation program, the Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities (MARCH) will sponsor the 10-week course, “Preservation Planning.” This course offers an overview and detailed look at the legal, economic, and community planning aspects of historic preservation in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Students will discuss land use and preservation law, federal and state standards, the integration of preservation with municipal planning, redevelopment, and environmental goals, advocacy, and community activism. Emphasis will be placed on obtaining a sound working understanding of regional municipal land use law and other regulations promulgated by the New Jersey and Pennsylvania affecting land use at the municipal level. Beginning on January 31st, this course will run through April 18th, with no classes on February 14th and March 14th. The course times are 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. and will take place in the West ABC Conference Room of the Campus Center.
Registration is mandatory. The cost of the program is $250.00 and students are eligible to earn 2 Continuing Education Unit credits, 20 AIA LU credits, 20 AICP CM credits, and 3.5 AICP law credits.