- Transcripts from all academic institutions
- Official GRE scores
- Official TOEFL scores if your primary language is not English
- Letters of recommendation
The graduate program in historic preservation is located at 292 Meeting Street. Each student receives his or her own studio space, each equipped with a program computer and necessary software. Our students participate in many hands-on preservation and conservation projects which complement the history, theory, and materials courses in the curriculum. Our faculty is composed of architects, architectural historians, conservation specialists and other practitioners in the field of historic preservation and related areas.
The curriculum is is structured in sequential layers. At the end of hte first two semesters, you will complete a summer internship related to your thesis topic. The second year curriculum follows a professional track that culminates with a required thesis.
Coursework for this full-time master's program, administered jointly with Clemson University, is offered entirely in Charleston. In our city, you have access to field laboratoires such as: