The Master of Science (MS) in Historic Preservation program at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) is a two-year, 60-credit hour graduate curriculum that prepares students for careers in revitalizing our built environment.
Courses are offered in four areas:
- Architectural design
- Physical conservation
- Architectural and social history
- Preservation planning
Each graduate student in the program completes two years of coursework in each of these areas as part of the required curriculum. The program is geared toward full-time study.
|Core Courses||Credit Hours|
|Architectural & Social History||12|
|Electives From Any Department||15|
|HPRES 6010 Thesis I||3|
|HPRES 6014 Thesis II||3|
|Completion of Thesis|
|Completion of Internship (210 Hours)|
|Total Credit Hours||60|