The Certificate of Advanced Study (CAS) in Cultural Heritage Preservation at the Syracuse University School of Information Studies (iSchool) is a 15-credit graduate-level certificate designed for students currently pursuing another graduate degree or post-baccalaureate work.
Recipients of the Cultural Heritage Preservation certificate are provided with an interdisciplinary grounding in the preservation of cultural heritage. This includes opportunities to focus on such areas as:
Application of digital approaches to heritage preservation
Basics of historic site preservation
Management and interpretation of cultural resources
Collection, preservation, and curation of archaeological artifacts, archival materials, ethnographic data, and museum collections
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Available On-campus | Full-time | Part-time
Courses & Curriculum
Overview (15 total credits)
6 credits required courses
6-9 credits elective courses
3-6 credit internship
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Offered On Campus
The CAS in Cultural Heritage Preservation is only available on campus in full-time or part-time formats. It is not offered in an online format.
Application requirements can be found on our application checklist.
The major components of the CAS application are: the online application, academic transcripts, personal statement, resume or CV, and the $75 non-refundable application fee.
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CAS in Cultural Heritage Preservation candidates may apply year-round for enrollment starting in any term (summer, fall, and spring).
See our Admissions page for specific application deadlines.
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You can apply to the CAS in Cultural Heritage Preservation through our online application.
For more admissions and curriculum information, please use our online information request form.
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