M.F.A. in preservation design
- ARLH 501 History of Modern Architecture*
- PRES 501 Digital Foundations for Preservation Design*
- ARCH 760 Sustainable Design†
- ARLH 761 Analyzing American Cultural Landscapes†
- ARLH 763 Traditions in Global Vernacular Architecture†
- BDAL 701 Principles of Business Design and Arts Leadership
- ELDS 704 Electronic Design‡
- ELDS 720 Geospatial Analysis and Digital Design for Urban Environments‡
- PRES 701 Practicing Preservation in a Global Context
- PRES 702 Style and Elegance in the Classical Tradition
- PRES 706 Defining Place: Research and Survey
- PRES 710 Studio I: Preservation Through Public Policy
- PRES 720 Studio II: Construction Technology and Assessment
- PRES 730 Studio III: Conserving the Built Environment
- PRES 740 Studio IV: Place and Luxury in the Built Environment
- PRES 741 Entrepreneurship for Community Revitalization
- PRES 745 Digital Innovations in Preservation Design
- PRES 750 Collaborative Studio I: Managing Value in Adaptive Use Projects
- PRES 760 Collaborative Studio II: Marketing Identities for Adaptive Use Projects
- PRES 779 Graduate Internship
- PRES 791 Preservation Design M.F.A. Thesis I: Vision and Innovation
- PRES 792 Preservation Design M.F.A. Thesis II: Application and Engagement
- — 500- to 700-level elective†
- — 500- to 700-level elective
Total course of study: 90 hours*
* Intensive coursework may be assigned upon admission.
† Choose one course.
‡ Choose one of these two courses.
Consult your faculty adviser in selecting elective courses.
Course numbers and titles are subject to change.