Master in Conservation, Preservation and Heritage Management - Stands for Master of Arts in Other Arts Subjects. Typically, a M.A is a two year post graduate program, minimum eligibility for which is a graduation in any relevant subject. Master of Arts is a vast field and offers various courses. The course offered in this degree are M.A in Public Administration, M.A. in Women Studies and M.A. in Tourism Management. Architecture-Heritage Conservation and Preservation offers courses and research opportunities in the study of the preservation of historic buildings, districts, and landscapes, as well as the design and management of cultural heritage sites. The program explores heritage on several distinct but related levels. It examines the materiality of heritage resources through documentation, diagnosis, and the design of treatment interventions. It also encourages critical analysis and assessment of the cultural values that underlie and define preservation policies, laws, and professional norms.
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