A master’s is a graduate degree that shows a student has received advanced education in his or her chosen field. Taken after receiving an undergraduate degree, this program can take from one to four years to complete.
What is a Master in Conservation? This degree program continues where bachelor degree studies leave off, focusing on advanced research skills and more intricate subjects. You will learn how to conduct research on and conserve important cultural objects created of stone and wood, along with decorative surfaces. Additional materials used to create these three-dimensional pieces include ceramics and plaster, which you will also learn how to preserve.
With so much information available on the Internet today, it’s important to learn how to research and where else to look for information on the objects you will be working with. Advanced research skills are sought after in many fields. You can also learn how to plan and carry out long-term projects in this program, gaining valuable project management skills.
Schools around the world offer a Master in Conservation, and tuition costs vary at each institution. You should contact the school directly for more information on costs.
Learning about the methods used to create art in all its forms will give you a deeper appreciation of cultural practices that can lead to a variety of careers. You might enjoy working as a curator for a museum or corporation. As you become more of an expert in your field, you may choose to work as an estate appraiser, an antique dealer or manage an art gallery. In the publishing field, you may enjoy writing or editing articles and/or books.
You can complete a Master in Conservation program through a variety of online schools and enjoy studying from home. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.
Conservation and Regeneration program is a two-year specialist education in theory and practice of building conservation and conservation led urban regeneration. The prog
Master of Architecture in Conservation and Regeneration/Master of Arts in Conservation and Regeneration
Faculty of Architecture – CEPT University
Conservation and Regeneration program is a two-year specialist education in theory and practice of building conservation and conservation led urban regeneration. The program situates itself in the context of the World Heritage City of Ahmedabad and engages with the historic built environments, urban histories and theories, contextual design approaches and community engagement to explore the relationship between conservation practice and urban regeneration. This is done with a focus on developing skills required for practice and with active engagement with national and global, private and public projects that conserve historic environments. At the end of this program one would be able to:...
This master aims to prepare applicants who intend to work in the sector of Cultural Heritage. Students will have the opportunity to develop a pragmatic and practical appr
This master aims to prepare applicants who intend to work in the sector of Cultural Heritage. Students will have the opportunity to develop a pragmatic and practical approach to the themes relating to cultural heritage, preservation and conservation through a series of hands-on experiences at restoration sites and laboratories combined with the direct study of artworks and practical internship sessions in enterprises and institutions.
In the sector of study and management of Historical and Cultural Heritage, the themes of conservation and restoration have a strong and prominent role: Cultural Heritage preservation is our responsibility. Urban artefacts, ecclesiastical artworks, public institution furniture or museum artefacts need proper preservation, conservation and evaluation strategies. Despite these clear needs, art historians and technicians working in this sector sometimes do not receive, as part of their academic education and training, adequate instruments for a correct interpretation of a work of art’s state of deterioration or risk factors. They are often not well instructed about the most proper procedures for artwork maintenance and conservation and for the work of co-ordination of the restoration process....
The graduate study in Restoration and Conservation (wood, paper, textile, metal, and ceramics) lasts two years, i.e. four semesters (120 ECTS credits). Upon completion of
Restoration and Conservation (wood, paper, textile, metal, and ceramics)
The graduate study in Restoration and Conservation (wood, paper, textile, metal, and ceramics) lasts two years, i.e. four semesters (120 ECTS credits). Upon completion of the graduate study, students acquire the academic degree of Master in Conservation and Restoration (wood, paper, textile, metal, ceramics).
Upon successful completion of this study, students are qualified for employment in state administration, in county and/ or town offices in charge of culture and monument protection, in museums, galleries, restoration and conservation workshops or archives, or they can start their own business. This study is the only one of its kind in Croatia, and it is fully in line with the Bologna Declaration. The framework of this program implies the day to day cooperation of teachers and students, the mobility of both teachers and students during the course and the possibility for the students to enroll in any course of a similar profile and level (expressed in ECTS credits) in universities of the European Union that offer compatible studies....
The course is aimed at the education and training of Conservation Scientist, a scientist with knowledge on chemistry, physics, biology, geology and informatics applied to
The course is aimed at the education and training of Conservation Scientist, a scientist with knowledge on chemistry, physics, biology, geology and informatics applied to cultural heritage and further knowledge in conservation (ethics, history, cultural values, historical technologies, past and present conservation technologies and practice, specific scientific aspects, etc.). His/her formation enables him/her to contribute to the study and conservation of cultural heritage within an interdisciplinary team.
5 reasons to enrol on the degree programme
The course trains conservation scientists, professionals involved in the scientific study of cultural heritage
You’ll penetrate the hidden material constitution of works of art
You’ll be trained on the use of the most advanced analytical techniques currently used to study cultural heritage
You will study within a team of international and interdisciplinary students
Scholarships for thesis abroad are available every year
The Rare Book Digital Humanities master’s degree aims at providing high level competence in rare and early books with a view to providing the capacity to work in the book
Outline of the Program
The Rare Book Digital Humanities master’s degree aims at providing high level competence in rare and early books with a view to providing the capacity to work in the book trade or in rare book conservation and digitization, along with digital humanities expertise allowing one to supervise digitization, online accessibility, and 3D animation projects, among others.
A two-year master's degree taught in English (80 percent) and French (20 percent).
Subjects taught include descriptive bibliography (description of rare and early books); the history of the book and writing; digital humanities theory and practice; community management; computer science (TEI, XML, database creation and management, digital imaging, 3D technology); and basic training in classical languages....
The Masters Program in Science and Technology for the Conservation of Cultural Heritage trains experts in Archaeometry and Conservation Science.
The Masters Program in Science and Technology for the Conservation of Cultural Heritage trains experts in Archaeometry and Conservation Science. The program provides students with specialist skills in the multi-analytical characterization of a wide range of materials related to archaeology and cultural heritage, scientific methods and advanced technologies in the study of conservation.
In particular, graduates will acquire the:
ability to work in a research area with a strong multidisciplinary nature ranging from sciences to humanities;
expertise in analytical techniques, scientific methods of investigation and data interpretation for the recovery and conservation of cultural heritage;
advanced skills in the analysis of the interaction between cultural heritage and the chemical-physical environment;
advanced knowledge of archaeometric applications in a range of fields.
This programme is taught entirely in English and trains experts in cultural heritage conservation with a strong interdisciplinary approach (chemistry, physics, biology, c
Graduates can find employment with public and private organizations as well as businesses and laboratories specializing in restoration and conservation. They can also carry on with their studies at the doctoral level in chemical science. Possible career opportunities include:
• Museum technician
• Cultural consultant
• Restoration technology development
• Candidates must be assessed to confirm their possession of the minimum curricular and experiential requirements.
• A certified B2-level knowledge of English is required.
Analytical Methods And Applications With Lab
Computer Science Applications To Cultural Heritage
Geology Applied For Cultural Heritage
Innovative Materials For The Conservation
Chemical Methods And Technologies For Cultural Heritage Materials