Curriculum

Curriculum Outline for Master of Science in Historic Preservation

 
Graduate Curricula and Course Descriptions
 
Pre-Arch (Summer)
 
61011 Introduction to Architectural Representation (0 credit) Instructor: Staff
 
Credit: 0
 
First Term (campus) Second Term (campus)
Elements and Principles of Classical Architecture (6 credits) Urban Conservation Studio (6 credits)
Urban Elements and Principles (3 credits) American Architecture (3 credits)
Documentation and Archival Research (3 credits) Historic Construction & Conservation Methods (3 credits)
 History and Theory  of Preservation (3 credits) Elective inside or outside of School of Architecture (3 credits)
Subtotal Credits: 15 Subtotal Credits: 15
 
Summer Fieldwork/Internship (3 credits)
 
Third Term (Rome)   Fourth Term (campus) 
Preservation Studio (6 credits) Terminal Design Project (6 credits)
Research and Documentation (3 credits) Preservation Practice (3 credits)
International Conservation Laboratory (3 credits) Elective inside or outside of School of Architecture (3 credits)
  Elective inside or outside of School of Architecture (3 credits)
Subtotal Credits: 12 Subtotal Credits: 15
 
Total Credits: 60
 
In addition to courses offered within the School of Architecture, students are encouraged to investigate electives outside the School in such departments as Art, Art History, and Design; History; and Law.