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The 60-credit MSHP curriculum is structured in layers, beginning with an initial core semester devoted to the acquisition of skills in the analysis and documentation of historic buildings, landscapes, and sites followed by a semester structured around an advanced preservation studio and a conservation laboratory course, both devoted to the development of preservation projects. The second year highlights advanced analysis and conservation studies, historic preservation law and economics, elective courses in historic interiors, project administration, and other topics, and completion of an individual research project in the form of a thesis.
MSHP students complete their theses in their third and fourth semesters in the program. Determined by the specific topic of investigation a student
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