Master of Historic Preservation
Are you a passionate historian? Do you want to preserve artifacts and buildings for future generations?

Master of Historic Preservation

go to a list of Masters programmes in Historic Preservation

Field of study and entry requirements

The Master of Historic Preservation embraces concepts, foundations, and methodology of different fields of study. Among these are art history, architecture, archaeology and ethnology. It is usually a one-year study programme, which requires a precedent degree (Bachelor or equivalent) in one of those disciplines to be enrolled. At some universities you are supposed to have professional experience in historic preservation.

Job opportunities with a Master of Historic Preservation

Your Masters degree in Historic Preservation opens your career path towards public institutions, such as regional authorities for built and cultural heritage preservation, the refurbishment industry, archaeological institutes, and landscape planning and urban planning. Naturally, a Masters degree qualifies you for a profession in academic teaching, research, and adult learning.

Masters course content in Historic Preservation

The study contents in the Master of Historic Preservation range from historical building research, construction technologies, and conservation techniques. You learn both how to document and conduct scientific observations and examinations. Further you may set your individual focus on building research, preservation, cultural management or archaeology.

These universities offer a Masters programme in Historic Preservation:

    study programmes     universities
  Heritage Studies   comprehensive profile   Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
  Digital Heritage     University of York
  Science and Engineering in Arts, Heritage and Archaeology     University College London
  Conservation of the Historic Environment     Birmingham City University
  Cultural Heritage Management     University of Sheffield
  Cyber Security     University of York
  Cultural Heritage Studies     University College London
  Heritage Tourism     University of Wales Trinity Saint David
  Architectural Conservation     University of Kent
  International Heritage Visualisation     The Glasgow School of Art
  Arts Management and Heritage Studies     University of Leeds
  Decorative Arts and Historic Interiors     The University of Buckingham
  Marine Engineering (Mechanical and Electrical Options)     University College London
  Conflict Archaeology & Heritage     University of Glasgow
  Environment, Heritage and Policy     University of Stirling
  Textile Conservation     University of Glasgow
  Conservation Studies (MPhil)     University of York
  Sustainable Building Conservation     Cardiff University
  International Heritage Management     University of Birmingham
  Cultural Heritage and Museum Studies     University of East Anglia
  Built Environment: Sustainable Heritage     University College London
  Conservation of Historic Buildings     University of Bath
  Conservation of Fine Art     Northumbria University
  Heritage Studies     University of Cambridge
  Historic Building Conservation     University of Portsmouth
  Conservation of the Historic Environment (Flexible)     Henley Business School
  International Heritage Management (UK-US Study)     University of Birmingham
  Cultural Heritage Management     University of York
  Stained Glass Conservation and Heritage Management     University of York
  Conservation for Archaeology and Museums     University College London
  Architectural Design for the Conservation of Built Heritage     University of Strathclyde
  International Heritage and Law     University of Kent
  Heritage, Museums and Galleries     Newcastle University
  Maintenance Engineering & Asset Management     University of Manchester
  Public Humanities     University of Sheffield
  Conservation Studies (Historic Buildings)     University of York
  Cultural Heritage and Resource Management     University of Winchester
  Business and Heritage Management     University of Southampton
  Development Economics and Emerging Markets     University of York
  Managing Archaeological Sites     University College London
  ...     ...


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