The MS Historic Preservation foregrounds preservation methodologies applied to projects at multiple scales, ranging from the micro level of individual structures to the macro level of preservation planning. Graduates are equipped with the skills, knowledge and experience to address pressing environmental and community-based challenges. By sub-matriculating in the master’s program, Architectural Studies majors may complete foundational coursework required in the “Documentation and Research” track, completing a maximum of 24 credits towards the MS Historic Preservation degree, thereby achieving advanced standing in the master’s program while completing the baccalaureate degree. Upon graduation from the BS Architectural Studies, a student may fulfill remaining requirements for the MS Historic Preservation in one year of full-time study.
Curriculum: 5 years
- Students may elect to pursue a 24-credit concentration in Historic Preservation, consisting of four graduate and four undergraduate courses in the discipline.
- Students enrolled in the pre-professional BS Architectural Studies program may achieve professional credentials by enrolling in this 4+1 Accelerated Dual Degree option
Contact Suzanne Singletary or John Dwyer for more information.