Eastern Michigan University

This is the review for the Historic Preservation program at Eastern Michigan University (EMU).

To begin, here are some facts about Eastern Michigan University and its Historic Preservation program:

  • 80 to 100 graduates enroll annually which makes the program the largest of its kind in the States
  • Offers evening and night classes which may be useful if you are working while going to school
  • Works with other local historically oriented organizations such as the Michigan Historical Center, and the Historic Ford Estates to offer fellowships and assistantships
  • Degree offered is a M.S. in the Geography and Geology department
  • Also offers a certificate option
  • Established a Digital Historic Preservation Library in 2014

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