Graduate students in the Historic Preservation Program may elect to conduct original research on an historic preservation topic and write a thesis in lieu of an internship and an elective. Permission to enroll in this course is required by the HP program director, Prof. Visser. Requests for permission should identify the topic to be researched, an outline of the research plan, and the preferred instructor (Prof. McCullough or Prof. Visser) to serve as the thesis advisor. Total of 6 credits.
The University of Vermont Graduate College provides guidelines for writing a master's thesis and schedule deadlines.