Master of Science in Design & Historic Preservation
with Hancock Shaker Village
Study architectural preservation in a unique setting
Classes are open to all, and include:
A collaboration of the UMass Amherst Architecture+Design and Public History programs together with Hancock Shaker Village, a National Historic Landmark in Pittsfield, Massachusetts.
Classes meet Friday and Saturday every other week during the semester and can lead to a Masters Degree in two years. Classes may be held in Amherst or Pittsfield depending on instructional objectives of various stages of the program. Credits may be transferred to other degree programs with permission and may qualify for AIA continuing education credits. Individual classes are open to all.
Who should enroll?
Submit an on-line application to:
Submit a letter and portfolio to:
Fees: The fee for each three-credit course is $2,700. There is an additional non-refundable registration fee of $45 each term. The registration fee is paid only once each term, regardless of how many courses a student enrolls in.
Spring 2014 Classes By Program
For more information, please visit the program website: www.umass.edu/preservation
or contact Max Page
For information on Financial Aid, go to www.umass.edu/umfa.