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Master of Heritage Conservation

  • Masters (Coursework)

This programme, designed for both professionals and aspiring professionals, reflects the interdisciplinary nature of the heritage industry. You can choose to specialise in built heritage, or museums and cultural heritage.

Key details

Degree Type
Masters (Coursework)
Study Mode
In person
Intake Months
Mar, Feb
Domestic Fees
$9,461 per year

About this course

This programme, designed for both professionals and aspiring professionals, reflects the interdisciplinary nature of the heritage industry. You can choose to specialise in built heritage, or museums and cultural heritage. Increase your knowledge of historic and modern buildings, how they were built, how to assess their heritage value and how they can be preserved or adapted in our contemporary world. Develop your understanding of museums and heritage practices in visual and material culture, with a focus on Aotearoa New Zealand and the Pacific.

Study locations

City

Course structure

Depending on your entrance qualification you will enrol in either the 120 or 180-point option for your chosen specialisation. You can complete your programme either full- or part-time.

  • 120 point: full-time over two semesters, or up to eight semesters part-time
  • 180 point: full-time over three semesters, or up to twelve semesters part-time

Built Heritage 120 point

  • Core courses (30 points)
  • Research project (30 points)
  • Elective courses in Architecture, Anthropology, Art History, Sociology or Museums and Cultural Heritage (60 points)

180 point

  • Core courses (60 points)
  • Research project (30 points)
  • Elective courses in Architecture, Anthropology, Art History, Sociology or Museums and Cultural Heritage (90 points)

Museums and Cultural Heritage

120 point

  • Core course (30 points)
  • Dissertation (45 points)
  • Elective courses in Anthropology, Architecture, Art History, English, History, Māori Studies, Sociology or Museums and Cultural Heritage (45 points)

180 point

  • Core course (30 points)
  • Dissertation (45 points)
  • Elective courses in Anthropology, Architecture, Art History, English, History, Māori Studies, Sociology or Museums and Cultural Heritage (105 points)