The MS Historic Preservation prepares graduates to assume leadership roles within this multifaceted, cross-disciplinary profession. The “Preservation Design” track focuses upon the adaptive reuse of historic structures and the application of preservation methodologies to urban revitalization, sustainable practices that are increasingly essential skills for architects. This interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary combination fosters nimble, flexible problem solving on multiple levels. Working in team and/or studio centered processes, students engage in real world, experiential and collaborative learning. The Accelerated Dual Degree programs prepare students for the complexities of contemporary practice and afford our graduates a competitive edge in today’s market.
The combined Bachelor of Architecture and MS Historic Preservation 5+1 Accelerated Dual Degree Option allows an undergraduate Architecture major to complete foundational coursework in Historic Preservation while completing the baccalaureate degree.
Curriculum: 6.5 years
- By sub-matriculating, a student may complete four graduate courses required by the MS Historic Preservation program, for a maximum of twelve graduate course credits, thereby achieving advanced standing in the 49-credit MS Historic Preservation program and enabling a student to complete the master’s degree with an additional 37 credits, depending upon transcript evaluation.
- Upon graduation from the Bachelor of Architecture program, a student may fulfill requirements for the MS Historic Preservation in one year of full-time study
Contact Suzanne Singletary or David Kratzer for more information.