Clemson University collaborates with the College of Charleston to offer the Master of Science in Historic Preservation degree and the Certificate in Historic Preservation. Based full time in Charleston, students in the HP graduate program benefit from full status at both institutions, including access to library and other resources.
The Program is housed in the Clemson Design Center located in the renovated Cigar Factory on Charleston's East Bay Street. HP faculty and students work in close collaboration with a number of Charleston-based institutions and initiatives, including The College of Charleston, the sites and collections of the Historic Charleston Foundation, the Preservation Society of Charleston, the American College of the Building Arts, The Charleston Museum, and Drayton Hall, a National Trust site.
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