The dual-degree program in preservation and architecture draws on the strengths of both programs, preparing students for challenging opportunities such as the adaptive reuse of historic buildings.
The program combines course work from the Architecture and Historic Preservation programs to enable a student to complete both the Master of Architecture and Master of Historic Preservation degrees with fewer credits than it would take to complete the two separately. A full-time student completes the program in four years (eight semesters) plus one summer.
Applicants are required to hold at minimum, a bachelor of arts or a bachelor of science degree. Applicants for the dual degree in Architecture and Preservation should use the ARHP program code.