Master of Historic Preservation

The University of Maryland Master of Historic Preservation (MHP) degree  responds to the complex needs of the historic preservation profession. The two-year MHP degree consists of 45 credits that combine advanced individual and collaborative course work, an interdisciplinary studio project, and research and practical experience gained through a summer internship. Subject areas such as public policy, economic development, adaptive reuse, and cultural diversity are emphasized alongside traditional preservation topics such as documentation, historical scholarship and interpretation, planning, and conservation.



Visit the Courses page to view all courses offered by the Historic Preservation Program. 

For a list of courses offered this semester, visit Testudo