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MS in Cultural Heritage Studies


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Course Code Course Title Credit Lecture Hour (hrs/week) Tutorial (hrs/week)
CHES500 Master Thesis - - -
CHES501 Understanding the Heritage:Sources,Methods&Practice 3 3 -
CHES502 Workshop in Building Conservation 5 3 -
CHES503 Philosophy and Theory of Conservation 3 3 -
CHES504 Legal and Administrative Aspects of Conservation 3 3 -
CHES505 Workshop in Urban Conservation 5 3 -
CHES506 Historic Structural Systems:Characteristics,Damages&Decay 3 3 -
REQ1 Elective Course 3 3 -
CHES598 Seminar - - -
Admission Requirements

Applicants to joint MSCHS program should have a bachelor of science/art degree in Architecture, Interior Architecture, Building Science, Landscape Architecture, City Planning, and Urban Design, Archaeology or a bachelor's degree in any other relevant sciences which will require completion of certain deficiency courses. Applicants of the Program should have a bachelor´s degree with a CGPA greater than 2.5/4.0.

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