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15 Master Programs in Architecture Studies Historic Preservation 2024

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    Master Programs in Architecture Studies Historic Preservation

    A master’s degree is a unit of study open to students at the gradual level. Students pursuing a program have the potential to expand their knowledge for the advancement of their careers or in preparation for doctorate programs. Completing a program typically takes one to two years.

    What is a Master in Historic Preservation? These programs offer a thorough study of history, the preservation of buildings and artifacts and the socioeconomic significance of conservation in a larger scope. Course topics may include a technical look at architectural inspection and rehabilitation, conceptual research and analysis of the impact of preservation, European culture and heritage and urban rehabilitation laws. Students have the opportunity to cement a strong background of social and historical knowledge to draw on when applying the acquired skills necessary for rehabilitation intervention.

    Completing a master’s degree can equip students with many valuable and marketable skills. Learning efficient research methods, understanding how to communicate and consult as an expert in the field and being able to plan and organize projects can all benefit students competing for higher paying positions or continuing education.

    The cost of beginning a program may vary depending upon each institution’s location and course duration. Prospective students should contact specific schools for further information about cost and requirements.

    A Master in Historic Preservation offers a unique opportunity for students to become experts in a specialized field. Graduates can expect to find a variety of potential careers including researchers in public and private sectors, historians, preservation consultants, preservation project managers, preservation and design planners, community development directors, archivists, curators, event coordinators, library technicians, natural resource specialists and teachers.

    Online courses, part-time schedules and international options are all available for students to explore. To get started, search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.