University of Kentucky announces new on-line master's degree

02 Nov 2022 8:43 AM | Michelle Jones (Administrator)

The Department of Historic Preservation at the University of Kentucky (UK) is pleased to announce the launch of a new online master’s degree in Heritage Resources Administration (MHRA).  Building on the success of the department’s online Graduate Certificate in Historic Preservation, the online MHRA integrates historic preservation coursework with courses in nonprofit management, public administration, and financial management.  The new, 36-hour MHRA was developed in cooperation with UK’s Martin School of Public Policy and Administration.  It includes 27 credit hours of core courses and nine elective credit hours. The core courses are split between historic preservation and public administration and include a capstone project.  The MHRA program will provide aspiring leaders of preservation nonprofit organizations, public agencies, and private firms with the skills that they will need to become leaders and administrators in the heritage sphere.  The degree is intended to be taken entirely online.

For further information, contact Douglas Appler.

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