Master of Science in Historic Preservation Form
The Master of Science in Historic Preservation will equip you with a broad background in history, archival research, planning, architectural conservation, economics, law and heritage management. Working with community stakeholders, you will apply your coursework and utilize social science methods to identify and protect historic resources.
- Emphasizes hands-on, authentic work with local municipalities, non-profits and private sector preservation groups
- Offers guaranteed paid assistantships and internships through the Career Investment Program.
- Gives students the ability to pursue professional interests through a research thesis or applied capstone project
- Offers flexibility with full-time or part-time enrollment options
- Provides opportunities to study abroad, engage in community service, and participate in unique learning experiences like the International Fellows Program and the Women’s Leadership Network