The BAC's Historic Preservation Masters degree supports a wide variety of career opportunities:
An advisory council of practitioners helps the program stay attuned to career opportunities in the field. The curriculum supports development of skills relevant to employment. The program's first semester gives an overview of the field to help orient students to career choices. A career workshop is part of the first Intensive, and is led by people familiar with opportunities in the field. The program's director is available to discuss specific internship projects and career paths with individual students.
Joining the MDS places you in a network of people exploring careers in preservation - a network supported by faculty who are experienced professionals and have already established careers in preservation.
Because of its low-residency, online format, the program allows students to begin internships or full-time employment during their studies. This type of "concurrent education" is a hallmark of educational philosophy at the BAC-where students go to school as aspiring practitioners and go to work as lifelong learners.