Why Pursue a Graduate Certificate Historic Preservation
The Graduate Certificate in Historic Preservation provides graduate students with tangible confirmation of skills and comprehension in historic preservation. Certificate holders have employment advantages in a variety of fields that includes archaeology, architecture, construction, historic presentation, law, museum studies, and more. Many government jobs at all levels desire graduate-level training in historic preservation. There is also an ongoing upward trend adaptive use of existing buildings, especially with projects that merge heritage conservation with the principles of sustainability.
Interested individuals should contact the Historic Preservation Certificate Program Coordinator within the Klesse College of Engineering and Integrated Design.
Admission & Application Requirements
Applications are submitted through the UTSA Graduate Application. Please upload all required documents (listed below) on your UTSA Graduate Application. It is the applicant’s responsibility to ensure completion and submission of the application, a nonrefundable application fee, and all required supporting documents are on file with UTSA by the appropriate application deadline.
For international students, please note that student visas are not issued at UTSA for non-degree-seeking students, including certificate programs. For more information, visit our international students admission page.
|Historic Preservation (CERT)|
|Required Degree||Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university in the United States or have proof of equivalent training at a foreign institution.|
|Minimum GPA||3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) Departments may consider GPA of last 60 semester credit hours|
|Transcripts*||Required from all institutions attended; international transcripts must be recorded/translated to English|
|Credential Evaluation||Required if you have earned university-level credit from foreign institutions. Submit an evaluation of your transcripts from Educational Credential Evaluators (ECE) directly from the graduate admission application platform|
|English Language Proficiency||550 TOEFL Paper / 79 TOEFL Internet / 6.5 IELTS / Duolingo 100|
|*Unofficial transcripts will be taken into consideration for admissions; however, if admitted into the program, you must submit official transcripts to the University.|
Applicants are encouraged to have their admission file completed as early as possible. All applications, required documents and letters of recommendation, if applicable, must be submitted by 5:00 PM U.S. Central Time on the day of the deadline. Deadlines are subject to change.
|Historic Preservation (CERT)|
|Completed applications will be reviewed for admission on a rolling basis. Decisions generally will be made and sent to applicants within 4 to 6 weeks of receiving the application.|
|Academic Year 2023-24||Priority||International||Domestic|
|Fall 2023||January 15||June 1||July 1|
|Spring 2024||Not Available||November 1||November 1|
|Summer 2024||Not Available||April 1||April 1|
|Academic Year 2024-25||Priority||International||Domestic|
|Fall 2024||February 1||June 1||August 1|
|Spring 2025||Not Available||October 1||October 1|
|Summer 2025||Not Available||March 1||March 1|
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The graduate certificate in Historic Preservation is offered in the Fall, Spring and Summer semesters.