History and Preservation Degree Programs

November 15, 2003 · by DesignIntelligence

If America wants a past, it will have to understand what buildings are valuable and how to save them. The following schools offer either master’s, bachelor’s or associate degrees in architectural history and preservation.

Another developing specialty for designers is architectural history and preservation. If America wants a past, it will have to understand what buildings are valuable and how to save them. The following schools offer either master’s, bachelor’s or associate degrees in these fields. An asterisk represents architectural history programs; non-starred entries are for historic preservation.

California
College of the Redwoods
University of California Berkeley*
University of California at Los Angeles*

Colorado
University of Colorado at Denver/Boulder*

Delaware
University of Delaware*

District of Columbia
George Washington University*

Florida
Florida State University*

Georgia
Georgia Institute of Technology*
Georgia State University
Savannah College of Art and Design**
University of Georgia

Iowa
University of Iowa*
Art Institute of Chicago

Indiana
Ball State

Kentucky
University of Kentucky
University of Louisville*

Louisiana
Tulane University

Maryland
Goucher College
University of Maryland

Massachusetts
Boston University**
Massachusetts Institute of Technology*

Michigan
Eastern State University

Missouri
Southeast Missouri State University
University of Missouri, Columbia*

New Jersey
Rutgers*

New Mexico
University of New Mexico*

New York
Binghamton University, SUNY*
Columbia University**
Cornell University**
New York University*
The Pratt Institute
Syracuse University*

Ohio
Belmont Technical College
Ohio State University*

Oregon
University of Oregon**

Pennsylvania
Bucks County Community College
University of Pennsylvania**

Rhode Island
Brown University*
Roger Williams University
Salve Regina University

South Carolina
College of Charleston

Tennessee
Middle Tennessee State University

Texas
University of Texas at Austin**

Vermont
University of Vermont

Virginia
Mary Washington College
University of Virginia*
Virginia Commonwealth University*

Washington
University of Washington*

Wisconsin
University of Wisconsin, Madison*

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