The Historic Preservation proudly announces their newest Dual Degree Master’s Program. Effective Fall 2019, the Historic Preservation Program and the Department of History will offer students the opportunity to concurrently complete a Masters of Historic Preservation and Master of Arts in History. Students will be able to complete the two master degrees in as few as seven semesters. This new offering adds to the list of Dual Degrees available within the School of Architecture Programs, and between School of Architecture Programs and Programs across the University.
The Historic Preservation Program (HISP) offers dual masters degrees in:
Historic Preservation and Architecture (ARHP)
Historic Preservation and Planning (CPHP)
Historic Preservation and Real Estate Development (HPDV)
Historic Preservation and Anthropology (AAHP)
And now, Historic Preservation and History (HIHP)
To learn more about the dual degree programs available with Historic Preservation, contact Laura Steeg at email@example.com.
The Urban Studies and Planning Program (MCP) offers dual masters dual degrees in:
Urban Studies and Planning and Architecture (ARCP)
Urban Studies and Planning and Historic Preservation (CPHP)
Urban Studies and Planning and Landscape Architecture (LACP)
Urban Studies and Planning and Law (LCPL)
To learn more about dual degrees with the Planning Program, contact Kristen Tepper at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Real Estate Development Program offers dual masters dual degrees in:
Real Estate Development and Historic Preservation (HPDV)
Real Estate Development and Architecture (ARDV)
Real Estate Development and Business Administration (MBRE)
To learn more about dual degrees with the Real Estate Development Program, contact Maria Day-Marshall at email@example.com.