Master of Architecture in Architectural Conservation
Master of Architecture in Architectural Conservation is a postgraduate Architecture Engineering course. Architectural Conservation is a specialization in architecture, which addresses the special requirements of built heritage comprising historic buildings, a group of buildings, areas, cities and cultural landscapes in a comprehensive manner. It is a multi-disciplinary stream that aims at training architects in tackling conservation issues at the planning level, interpreting history in the modern context, dealing with structural issues and documentation of cultural and built heritage.
Career paths after Master of Architecture in Architectural Conservation are diverse. The job types after the degree can be:
Initially, candidates may earn anywhere between 40-50k rupees per month. With time and work experience, they will gain value with rising salary figures.
Minimum eligibility required is a Bachelor of Architecture/Planning or any other equivalent qualification with at least 55% marks in aggregate.