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Clemson University’s School of Planning, Development, Preservation and Landscape Architecture and the College of Architecture, Arts and Humanities are pleased to invite applications for the Master of Science in Historic Preservation degree and the Certificate in Historic Preservation offered jointly with the College of Charleston.
The two year, professional-track degree and the certificate are based in historic Charleston, South Carolina. We are seeking a small and selective group of interdisciplinary graduate students interested in building national careers in historic preservation.
The Graduate Program works in close collaboration with a number of Charleston based initiatives including the sites and collections of the Charleston Museum, the Historic Charleston Foundation, the Preservation Society of Charleston, the American College of the Building Arts, The Charleston Museum and Drayton Hall, a National Trust site.
For more information about the Graduate Program in Historic Preservation, please contact us.
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