Those seeking a masters degree in heritage preservation can proceed through two different tracks in the program. One track is the Historic Preservation Track, which focuses on the built environment, buildings, landscapes, and the general preservation of historic sites. The other track in the program is the Public History Track, which focuses on the interpretation of history to a public audience through exhibits, online resources, oral histories, archives, and museum studies. The degree requirements for the Heritage Preservation degree is 42 credit hours. The requirements for these two tracks are specified in the menu to the left.
It is also possible to obtain a certificate in each of these tracks. The certificate requires 18 credit hours and the specifics are provided in the menu to the left.