Part time Bachelor's Degree in Conservation

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Bachelor in Conservation and Management of Cultural Resources

Yarmouk University
Campus 4 years September 2017 Jordan Irbid

This program aims to develop knowledge and skills in cultural heritage and its preservation. Students who study this program are expected to have knowledge in the field of cultural heritage and the different approaches for maintenance and management of cultural resources. يهدف هذا البرنامج إلى تطوير المعرفة والمهارات حول المصادر التراثية وكيفية الحفاظ عليها. يتوقع من الطلبة بعد إتمامهم متطلبات هذا البرنامج بنجاح ان يكونوا قادرين على العمل في المتاحف أو أي غيرها من الشركات المتخصصة في مجالات صيانة وإدارة المصادر التراثية. [+]

Best Part time Bachelors in Conservation 2017. General Information of the Program: Teaching Language: Arabic Credit Hours: 132 Duration of Study: 4 years Program Description This program aims to develop knowledge and skills in cultural heritage and its preservation. Students who study this program are expected to have knowledge in the field of cultural heritage and the different approaches for maintenance and management of cultural resources. In addition, students are expected be able to work in museums or any other organizations that deal with different areas of the maintenance and management of heritage resources. Bachelor Degree Requirements for programs taught in Arabic Compulsory Requirements: (12 Cr. Hr.) as follows All new students should take the level exam for Arabic language, English language and computer skills. Students who fail to succeed in any of these exams are required to take the following extra pre-requisite course (099): Elective Courses (15 Cr. Hr.) The following courses are to be taken from the service courses from outside the Faculty of Archaeology and Anthropology: Curriculum Students are awarded a Bachelor Degree in Conservation and Management of Cultural Resources upon completion of the following courses: A. University Requirements (27 Cr. Hr.) as follows: B. Faculty Requirements: C. Department Requirements ( 84 Cr. Hr.): Course Symbol & No. Course Title Course Description CON 101 Introduction to Conservation of Cultural Resources The aim of this course is to provide students with the basic concepts and knowledge concerning cultural heritage and its deterioration and conservation processes. It explores the... [-]

Bachelor in Conservation and Restoration

Polytechnic Institute of Tomar
Campus Part time October 2017 Portugal Tomar

The Conservation and Restoration programme offers a sound cultural, scientific and technological background enabling the students to contact with real situations in laboratory and on site. [+]

Objectives The Conservation and Restoration programme offers a sound cultural, scientific and technological background enabling the students to contact with real situations in laboratory and on site. This second-cycle programme was designed so as to develop in students a wide range of skills that will allow them to access the labour market and pursue postgraduate studies at master and doctoral level in circumstances similar to those offered by renowned European higher education institutions. Professional Goals The labour market is extremely varied including the safeguard, preservation and conservation/restoration of cultural assets in a wide range of sectors such as: central and local administration bodies, museums, museums, charitable organisations, foundations, monuments, palaces, churches, convents, archaeological sites, antiquaries, auctioneers, property carriers, property management companies, conservation and restoration property project offices and research laboratories. Graduates from this programme easily join the labour market in Portugal or abroad in the different conservation and restoration specialities. Learning outcomes Holders of a bachelor´s degree in Conservation and Restoration should be able to: understand the artistic object in its varied dimensions within its material, aesthetic, historical, sociological and cultural context; be familiar with the technical terminology and the scientific and ethical principles associated with conservation and restoration; identify the deterioration factors and consequent decay; undertake multidisciplinary studies in order to establish intervention methodologies; act on heritage assets with the supervision of a graduate conservator-restorer. [-]