Historic Preservation Programs
Since 1982, the two-year Master of Historic Preservation (MHP) program has prepared students to manage and interpret the world around them. Our graduates are prepared to play key roles in the growing fields of cultural resource management, preservation planning, and preservation advocacy, among others.
The MHP program admits students from a variety of backgrounds, ranging from history and anthropology to landscape architecture, agriculture, advertising, and theater. Graduate and undergraduate certificates are also available. If you are a prospective student, we’d like to meet with you to talk about admission and funding opportunities. To find out more, follow us on social media and contact Program Coordinator Scott Nesbit.
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MHP Program Coordinator
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