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Admissions Procedures for Dual Degree Programs

Dual Degree Programs Within the GSAPP

DECEMBER 15TH APPLICATION DEADLINE:

Master of Architecture and M.S. Urban Planning
Master of Architecture and M.S. Historic Preservation
Master of Architecture and M.S. Critical, Curatorial, and Conceptual Practices in Architecture
Master of Architecture and M.S. Real Estate Development


JANUARY 15TH APPLICATION DEADLINE:

M.S. Urban Planning and M.S. Historic Preservation
M.S. Urban Planning and M.S. Real Estate Development
M.S. Historic Preservation and M.S. Real Estate Development

Click here for the Dual Degree Program Requirements. 

Application Requirements

Applicants interested in pursuing a dual degree within the GSAPP should submit the following materials:

1. Two separate applications and application fees.
2. A personal statement (or essay if applicable) for each application, even if it is the same statement for both programs.
3. A list of three recommenders for each application (duplicates can be listed as OFFLINE PROVIDERS in one of the applications).
4. GRE and TOEFL scores need only to be submitted once."

Dual Degree Programs With Other Schools at Columbia

  • M.S. Urban Planning and Master of Business Administration (in conjunction with the Business School)
  • M.S. Urban Planning and Master of International Affairs (in conjunction with the School of International and Public Affairs)
  • M.S. Urban Planning and Juris Doctor (in conjunction with the School of Law)
  • M.S. Urban Planning and Master of Science in Social Work (in conjunction with the School of Social Work)
  • M.S. Urban Planning and Master of Science in Public Health (in conjunction with the Mailman School of Public Health)
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Applicants interested in the above dual degree programs will need to apply to both schools and be admitted to both schools to pursue the dual degrees. Application requirements are the same as listed above. Applicants need to consult the respective schools' admissions office for further information.