Investigate. Protect. Inspire.
The Historic Preservation Program prepares tomorrow’s leaders to make sustainable and unique contributions to their world by preserving cultural memory and its lessons. Students investigate the past and help community members manage their heritage resources responsibly, making decisions and inspiring others to esteem the created and natural environments that best represent our most valuable lessons to be preserved or adapted for future generations. Students in Ursuline's undergraduate Historic Preservation program get a jump on completing this master's degree through our bridge program.
The Historic Preservation Program is one of only 39 master’s degree programs in Historic Preservation in the U.S. recognized by the National Council for Preservation Education (NCPE) for fully providing the highest standard of education within this highly multi-disciplinary field of study. It is the only NCPE master’s degree program in Ohio.
The Northeast Ohio region features hundreds of years of architectural traditions and styles that we use liberally for field study, and they’re all within an hour of campus.
For the 2020-2021 academic year, tuition will cost $1,214 per credit hour.