Curriculum

Curriculum Outline for Master of Science in Historic Preservation

 
Graduate Curricula and Course Descriptions
 
Summer Session
  • ARCH 61011 Introduction to Architectural Representation (0 credit hours)
Total Credit Hours: 0
 
Fall (First Term)
  • ARCH 71111 Elements and Principles of Classical Architecture (6 credit hours)
  • ARCH 70311 Urban Elements and Principles (3 credit hours)
  • ARCH 71411 Research and Documentation of Historic Buildings (3 credit hours)
  • ARCH 73231 History and Theory of Preservation (3 credit hours)

Total Credit Hours: 15

Spring (Second Term)

  • ARCH 71321 Urban Conservation Studio (6 credit hours)
  • ARCH 73411 History of American Architecture 1630-1915 (3 credit hours)
  • ARCH 73421 Historic Construction & Conservation Methods (3 credit hours)
  • Elective inside or outside of the School of Architecture (3 credit hours)

Total Credit Hours: 15

Summer Fieldwork/Internship in Historic Preservation (3 credit hours)

Fall Semester (Third Term) - Rome

  • ARCH 84331 Historic Preservation Studio (6 credit hours)
  • ARCH 84411 Research and Documentation of Historic Sites (3 credit hours)
  • ARCH 84421 International Conservation Laboratory (3 credit hours)

Total Credit Hours: 12

Spring Semester (Fourth Term)

  • ARCH 81341 Terminal Design Project (6 credit hours)
  • ARCH 80411 Preservation Practice (3 credit hours)
  • Elective inside or outside of the School of Architecture (3 credit hours)
  • Elective inside or outside of the School of Architecture (3 credit hours)

Total Credit Hours: 15

Total Program Credit Hours: 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.