Apr 13, 2024  
2023-2024 University Catalog 
    
2023-2024 University Catalog

Preservation Studies/Practices 4 + 1. B.S./M.S.


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The Bachelor of Science/Master of Science in Preservation Studies/Practices 4+1 program, totaling 150 credits, is available to BS in Preservation Studies students who wish to pursue an accellerated program of graduate study.

Program Requirements


Bachelor of Science/Master of Science students complete all BS/MS program requirements totaling 150 credits, a non-credit internship requirement at the undergraduate level, and a non-credit internship at the graduate level. Students admitted to the program begin selected graduate course work in their fourth year of study.

Required Courses for BS


Field Training and Professional Practice


Required Courses for the MS


Graduate Course Grading and GPA Requirements


Students pursuing the 4+1 Bachelor of Science / Master of Science degree sequence complete all 500-600 level coursework at graduate academic standards, which include achieving a minimum passing grade of B- in any 500-600 level course, and a 3.0 cumulative GPA in all 500-600 level courses. 

Applying for the BS/MS 4+1 Program


Students notify the school of their intention to pursue the BS/MS 4+1 track with a streamlined graduate study application in their third year. Students are required to have achieved and maintained a 2.67 cumulative GPA through the end of the sixth semester in order to enter the 4+1 program.

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