Students can choose from one of three Historic Preservation pathways. The Master of Historic Preservation is a comprehensive curriculum designed to prepare students for a career in HP. The on-campus and on-line certificate curriculum provides fundamental knowledge and is offered to College of Design students as well as students and professionals from other disciplines.Read More
"This is a time of growth for the Department of Historic Preservation as this next generation of students have ample opportunities to hone their preservation skills in the field."
As a leader in the field, the Department of Historic Preservation is able to attract some of the most celebrated preservationists in the industry today while also addressing critical topics relevant to the field. These speakers have shared their insight at the annual Historic Preservation Symposium as well as other lectures and workshops conducted by the program. Stay abreast of all upcoming HP events on this page.
The Department of Historic Preservation is a member of the National Council for Preservation Education, the leading organization for preservation education in the United States. Faculty and students are active in a wide range of professional and scholarly organizations, including:
The National Trust for Historic Preservation
The American Bar Association
The National Council on Public History
The American Historical Association
The Organization of American Historians
The Vernacular Architecture Forum
The Southeast Chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians
The Association for Preservation Technology
The Blue Grass Trust for Historic Preservation