Graduate Historic Preservation

Option 1

Option 1 (30 credit hours) is a one-year program for students who already have professional experience (e.g., minimum of two years of professional practice) or who have achieved a minimum of 3.0 GPA in previous academic experience (e.g., Ball State undergraduate historic preservation minor; historic preservation major from another accredited college or university) and meet the curricular requirements of a minimum of 18 hours, or the equivalent, of the two-year masters program. The director of the graduate program in historic preservation will qualify applicants and prepare a customized plan of study based on previous experience.

First Year
Fall Semester
ARCH 506 Historic Preservation Design Studio   6
ARCH 542 Historic Preservation Research Methods and Documentation 3
  Elective in any discipline approved by the Graduate Program Director 3
  Elective in any discipline approved by the Graduate Program Director 3
Total Credits     15
Spring Semester Alternative 1
ARCH 530 History of Architecture, Planning, and Engineering in the Midwest 3
ARCH 549 Historic Preservation Technology 2 3
ARCH 573 Historic Preservation Colloquium 3
ARCH 696
or RES 697
or CRPRJ 698
Historic Preservation Professional Project
Research Paper
Creative Project
3
Elective in any discipline approved by the Graduate Program Director 3
Total Credits     15
Spring Semester Alternative 2
ARCH 530 History of Architecture, Planning, and Engineering in the Midwest 3
ARCH 549 Historic Preservation Technology 2 3
ARCH 573 Historic Preservation Colloquium 3
THES 698
or CRPRJ 698
Thesis
Creative Project
6
Total Credits       15
Cumulative Total     30
     

For course descriptions and complete information on program requirements, please consult the Ball State University Graduate Catalog.

For more information, contact Mary Ann Heidemann, director of the graduate program in historic preservation. 

Department of Architecture
Architecture Building (AB), Room 402
Ball State University
Muncie, IN 47306

Phone: 765-285-1900
Fax: 765-285-1765