Collge of Design, Construction & Planning
Programs and Coursework

Historic Preservation Programs and Coursework

As one of the nation’s first institutions of higher learning to offer historic preservation courses, the University of Florida provides an interdisciplinary curriculum that draws from the expertise of the College of Design, Construction and Planning and other departments across the University (anthropology, history, museum studies, law, and tourism, to name a few).

Master of Historic Preservation
The Master of Historic Preservation is a 4-semester (2-year), 42 credit graduate program designed to provide students with a foundation in heritage conservation (historic preservation) while allowing them to tailor a course of studies that supports their specific interests:

  • Domestic or international policies and procedures
  • Tangible (physical) or intangible (social) heritage
  • Scales of heritage (urban and cultural landscapes, architecture and interiors, and materials and technologies)