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Master of Science (Built Heritage)

The Master of Science (Built Heritage) by research is a 90-ECTS programme which is almost entirely based on a dissertation of approximately 45,000 words, to which 85 units are assigned.
The Department of Conservation and Built Heritage particularly welcomes research proposals in the following areas:
  • Conservation history and ethics
  • Conservation of decorative architectural surfaces
  • The composition, properties, deterioration and conservation of traditional building materials
  • Geochemical and mineralogical characterization
  • Management of cultural heritage resources

For more information about the course, please contact Professor JoAnn Cassar.

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The following courses are due to open in October 2017:

Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Conservation Technology for Masonry Buildings

Master of Arts (M.A.) in Cultural Heritage Management 


 
 
Last Updated: 2 February 2017

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