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HISP680

Preservation Economics

Students are introduced to a range of economic theories, methods, and issues that must be considered in the practice of historic preservation. Case studies related to community economic development, adaptive reuse, tax credit programs, project finance, and land use will be presented.

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Average GPA: 3.54 between 73 students

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