Looked through the threads, and couldn't find anything on this.
I'm looking into graduate planning programs, and I've really come to like the ones focusing on historic preservation. The problem is, I don't know if I would be pigeon holing myself if go into one of those programs. Is a generalist or specified approach good?
I've considered architecture/urban design, but I'm not the greatest artist.
Would it just be smarter to get the regular planning degree, and add some preservation courses/internships?
some background info: Recently graduated, B.A. in anthropology (cultural-anthro and archeology concentrations) and art history. After spending a year internship cleaning small obsidian flakes with a toothbrush, decided archeology/museums wasn't gonna cut it.
Any opinions/thoughts/advice on preservation related programs?