Historic Preservation, M.Sc.

Historic Preservation, M.Sc.

Master degree
12 months
Application deadlines: April 15, October 15, February 1
Processing time: 30 days
Application fee: $90
Intakes: Fall, Spring, Summer
International tuition: $31,072
Domestic tuition: $31,072

Program overview

Areas of emphasis include: Architectural History and Cultural Significance Documentation and Interpretation of Landscapes, Buildings, Interiors, and Objects Historic Building Materials, Techniques, and Treatments Contextual Design and Planning Conservation Science and Material Analysis Preservation Policy and Cultural Resource Management Sustainability and the Economics of Rehabilitation

Study options

Study options
This program can be done
On campus



Online Application Personal Statement Resume Letters of Recommendation U.S. universities are required by law to verify that students entering the United States on F-1 and J-1 visas have adequate financial resources to meet expenses. Applicants to graduate programs at Clemson University must hold a four-year bachelor's degree (or equivalent) or a master's degree from an institution whose scholastic rating is satisfactory to the University. Transcripts – Firstly, a set of unofficial transcripts is required. The the official transcripts are set to be submitted by the applicants who are offered admission.

Career opportunities

Degree careers

Campus location

Clemson , United States