(LO1) Develop a critical understanding of the different perspectives of historic and heritage properties and assets across the UK, Europe and internationally.
(LO2) Investigate and assess the significance of sites, structures, buildings and areas through both visual and archival reserach, and understand the notion of the values attributed to a variety of heritage assets including but not limited to archaeological sites, listed buildings and fabric (including local and national listings), conservation areas and other designated and living sites and intangible elements such as oral traditions.
(LO3) Develop understanding on appropriate methods for the sustainable conservation repair and maintenance of historic assets including repair techniques and the availability of materials.
(LO4) Critically investigate the associations between theory and practice within local, national and international heritage policy documents.
(LO5) Demonstrate awareness of a variety of techniques and methods related to research, analyse and record different types of heritage properties, including buildings and other historic fabric and structures, archaeological remains and oral history, in consideration of heritage legislations to achieve sustainable heritage management and conservation.
(LO6) Confirm a critical understanding of heritage as sustainable assets; besides being able to interact and negotiate effectively with different types of heritage stakeholders.
(LO7) Critically investigate the challenges of managing, securing and conserving heritage sites/ assets in cases of natural disasters or conflicts.
(LO8) Demonstrate knowledge of decision-making process around investments towards sustainable heritage management; besides being familiar with funding and grants contexts criteria and process, such as the available grants that assist building conservation and area regeneration.
(LO9) Demonstrate knowledge of decision-making process on the special importance and the suitability for designation, listing, scheduling or other means of protection of a variety of heritage assets locally and internationally.
(S1) Data collection, research and analysis skills.
(S2) Demonstrate international perspectives as professional and citizens; by being able to locate, discuss, analyse, and evaluate information from international sources; besides considering issues from a variety of cultural perspectives.
(S3) Understanding ethical and social responsibility issues in local, national and international settings; value diversity of language and culture.
(S4) Problem solving/ questioning and critical thinking.
(S5) Written literacy/ ability to produce clear, well-structured and well-written work.
(S6) Communication and presentation skills, including visual and oral literacies.
(S7) Time management.