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Director's Message

Whether you come from a centuries old community or have moved a number of times in your life, but like to get involved wherever you live, the Graduate Certificate Program in Historic Preservation and Regionalism (HPR) will help you connect your career and talents to your local community.

The Certificate Program is designed both as an area of specialization for UNM graduate students in programs such as architecture, landscape architecture, community and regional planning,history, anthropology, business and American studies; and as a stand-alone certificate for practicing professionals and others in business, government and the non-profit sector. The HPR Program engages contemporary design and planning movements that foster economic development and enhance the quality of life in local communities, it prepares individuals to contribute to the conservation of our architectural and cultural heritage, and it is committed to the development of sustainable communities.

Francisco Uviña, HPR Interim Director