Master of Science in Historic Preservation + Architecture: Environmental Building Design, MSD

The Master of Science in Historic Preservation/Master of Science in Design: Environmental Building Design dual-degree allows students to earn both degrees in a total of 24 CUs.

The HSPV/MSD-EBD dual-degree is STEM-designated.


Historic Preservation Requirements
HSPV Summer Institute0
HSPV 5210American Architecture1
HSPV 6000Documentation, Research, Recording I2
HSPV 6010Documentation, Research, Recording II1
HSPV 6600Theories of Historic Preservation0.5
HSPV 6610Theories of Historic Preservation II0.5
HSPV 7010Historic Preservation Studio2
HSPV 7100Thesis I1
HSPV 7110Thesis II1
Select 3 HSPV Electives3
Historic Preservation Summer Internship0
Environmental Buidling Design Requirements
Studio Courses
ARCH 7080Bioclimatic Design Studio2
ARCH 7090Environmental Building Design Research Studio2
Other Courses
ARCH 7510Ecology, Technology, and Design1
ARCH 7520EBD Research Seminar1
ARCH 7530Building Performance Simulation1
ARCH 7540Performance Design Workshop1
ARCH 7180History and Theory of Architecture and Climate: Challenges and Opportunities for the 21st Century1
Select 3 Designated Electives3
Total Course Units24

The degree and major requirements displayed are intended as a guide for students entering in the Fall of 2024 and later. Students should consult with their academic program regarding final certifications and requirements for graduation.