Campus Masters of Historic Preservation Programs
The M.S. in Historic Preservation at Pratt uniquely addresses both the physical aspects of preservation and the role our discipline plays within a larger context of design, community revitalization, redevelopment and adaptive reuse, and sustainability.
Study at the only law school in Rhode Island and gain a competitive edge with a dual J.D./M.S. degree focused on law and preserving and protecting historic resources.
Learn to proficiently maintain and manage the conservation of our historical sites.
Opportunities for students to explore a variety of interests exist. Electives, which address a wide range of topics, are available to supplement the c...
The MHP degree is a two-year program that prepares students for careers in planning and managing the built environment.
The program prepares professional historians who wish to pursue advanced work in a specific area or areas of history.
Recognized as an innovator in the arts since its inception more than 100 years ago, and internationally esteemed as a school of art and design, the Sc...
This exciting programme aims to provide opportunities for gaining more work experience in the cultural and heritage sector, building on theoretical fr...
Learn documentation and analysis of historic preservation while designing, managing and implementing a preservation project.
Established in the heart of the nation's capital in 1821, GW provides innovative programs in more than 200 fields of study, including graduate certifi...
The Historic Preservation Program at Columbia University prepares leaders to address the great challenges of protecting the world’s architectural, cultural, and historical heritage in the face of profound change.
The dynamic Master of Preservation Studies program within the Tulane School of Architecture has four principal tracks of learning: preservation planning, technology, methodology, and architectural history.
This programme is designed to provide a grounding in the recording, analysis and interpretation of pottery and worked stone.
Develop preservationists who participate in and assume responsibility for maintaining and restoring the built environment.
The MA in Folk Studies is a comprehensive program preparing students for further graduate study or for employment in the public and private sectors.
The Department of History provides graduate training in historical methods and analysis for students with widelyvarying goals.Track I.