Master’s students will:

  • spend 20% of their time in a paid internship with a partner organization;QLNSERCCraeteHE005
  • take a core course at Carleton University on heritage conservation;
  • participate in an annual, one-day Heritage Forum;
  • participate in heritage workshops with industry partners;
  • participate in heritage round tables and conferences;
  • develop, research and produce a thesis that addresses the gaps and issues identified in the Heritage Forum, in addition to meeting the requirements of the student’s degree program;
  • publish a paper in a peer-reviewed publication; and
  • use cuPortfolio to showcase their learning and achievements.

Information for potential applicants.

Admissions criteria for the Master’s Program.