Master of Science in Historic Preservation Program
Master of Science in Historic Preservation School
Master of Science in Historic Preservation Institute
MS in Historic Preservation
MS in Historic Preservation Graduate Degree Program

A Certificate in Historic Preservation is available to students pursuing any of the four Master of Architecture options. The five-course sequence provides architects with a working knowledge of historic preservation research, documentation, material conservation, and practice.

Students bring their design training abilities to the service of preservation through studio projects that focus on the adaptive re-use, rehabilitation, or preservation of a historic structure or structures. In addition, students complete an internship in preservation at an architectural office or other agency. They may also enroll in a study trip.

The certificate program meets the minimum standards and guidelines promulgated by the National Council for Preservation Education and is consistent with current standards for architectural education being reviewed nationwide by the American Institute of Architects' Historic Resources Committee.

For more information about SAIC's historic preservation curriculum, see the Master of Science in Historic Preservation website.

Interested in learning more?

Click around the pages of this website for information on admissions and curriculum requirements, Certificate in Historic Preservation faculty, students and alumni, and more.

Interested in learning more about how you can apply?

Visit the graduate admissions website or contact the graduate admissions office at 800.232.7242 or gradmiss@saic.edu.

A Certificate in Historic Preservation is available to students pursuing the Master of Architecture (MArch) and MArch with an Emphasis in Interior Architecture tracks at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC). The five-course sequence provides architects with a working knowledge of historic preservation research, documentation, material conservation, and practice.

Students bring their design training abilities to the service of preservation through studio projects that focus on the adaptive re-use, rehabilitation, or preservation of a historic structure or structures. In addition, students complete an internship in preservation at an architectural office or other agency. They may also enroll in a study trip.

The certificate program meets the minimum standards and guidelines promulgated by the National Council for Preservation Education and is consistent with current standards for architectural education being reviewed nationwide by the American Institute of Architects' Historic Resources Committee.

For more information about SAIC's historic preservation curriculum, see the Master of Science in Historic Preservation website.

Interested in learning more?

Click around the pages of this website for information on admissions and curriculumrequirements, Certificate in Historic Preservation facultystudents and alumni, and more.

Interested in learning more about how you can apply?

Visit the graduate admissions website or contact the graduate admissions office at 800.232.7242 or gradmiss@saic.edu.