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    Master of Arts in Historic Preservation Program

    Course Requirements

    Students may earn their Master of Arts in Historic Preservation by completing 42 graduate credit hours and may pursue the degree either full or part time.

    • HiP 589 - Foundations in Preserving Cultural Memory
    • HiP 500 - Research Methods I
    • HiP 555 - Preservation Law
    • HiP 560 - Conservation Studio
    • HiP 501 - Research Methods II
    • HiP 504 - Survey and Nomination
    • HiP 565 - Preservation Planning
    • HiP 570 - Adaptive ReUse
    • HiP 502 - Grant Writing
    • HiP 525 - Documenting and Recording Historical Properties
    • HiP 550 - Issues and Ethics in Preserving Cultural Memory
    • HiP 600 - Thesis I
    • HiP 601 - Thesis II
    • Elective/Independent Study/Internship