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