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Master of Science in Historic Preservation at Tulane University

The Master of Science in Historic Preservation course at Tulane University highlights how architectural preservation can celebrate community heritage and protect areas of the environment.

School: Tulane University, School of Architecture
Course: Master of Science in Historic Preservation
Location: New Orleans, USA
Course dates: August 2023 to May 2025
Application deadline: rolling deadline

The Master of Science in Historic Preservation (MSHP) is a four-semester, two-year program that provides a rigorous foundation in the core principles and concepts of historic preservation practice in the United States and beyond.

Elective courses give students the opportunity to specialize in an area of preservation and its allied disciplines.

A thesis or practicum forms the program's capstone project that demonstrates a mastery of knowledge in the field.

Through studio and laboratory learning at the Tulane School of Architecture and the McAlister Historic Preservation Lab, students leave the program ready to become leaders in historic preservation and the allied fields of the historic built environment.

The Tulane Historic Preservation program champions how historic preservation has the power to celebrate diverse heritage, sustain communities and protect the environment.

For more information about admissions, contact Michael Cusanza at [email protected].

Applications to this course have now closed.

Top image: courtesy of Tulane School of Architecture.

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