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DUAL AND JOINT DEGREES

To utilize more fully the facilities and resources of the University and to provide opportunities for students to pursue studies in related fields, the School, in conjunction with other departments and faculties, has established several dual/joint degree programs. Each program leads to the award of two professional degrees. Students who wish to enter one of the programs described below must apply to each of the participating programs and be admitted to both.  Students wishing to pursue a dual degree program with other schools at Columbia are responsible for consulting the respective school's admissions office for further information.

DUAL DEGREE PROGRAMS WITHIN THE GSAPP:
Master of Architecture and M.S. in Historic Preservation
Master of Architecture and M.S. in Urban Planning
M.S. in Urban Planning and M.S. in Historic Preservation

JOINT DEGREE PROGRAMS WITHIN THE GSAPP:
Master of Architecture and M.S. in Critical, Curatorial & Conceptual Practices in Architecture
Master of Architecture and M.S. in Real Estate Development
M.S. in Urban Planning and M.S. in Real Estate Development
M.S. in Historic Preservation and M.S. in Real Estate Development

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)

Architecture and Historic Preservation

The Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation offers a dual program leading to the degree of Master of Architecture and the degree of Master of Science in Historic Preservation. A student must enroll for 144 points of credit, which may be earned in eight terms in residence full-time in the School.  Students are responsible for meeting with both program directors periodically to ensure that they are meeting individual curriculum requirements as well as point and residency requirements.

ARCHITECTURE AND URBAN PLANNING

The Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation offers a dual program leading to the degree of Master of Architecture and the degree of Master of Science in Urban Planning. A student must enroll for 144 points of credit, which may be earned in eight terms in residence full-time in the School.  Students are responsible for meeting with both program directors periodically to ensure that they are meeting individual curriculum requirements as well as point and residency requirements.

URBAN PLANNING AND HISTORIC PRESERVATION

The Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation offers a dual program leading to the degree of Master of Science in Urban Planning and the degree of Master of Science in Historic Preservation. A student must enroll for 96 points of credit, which may be earned in six terms in residence full-time in the School.  Students are responsible for meeting with both program directors periodically to ensure that they are meeting individual curriculum requirements as well as point and residency requirements.

ARCHITECTURE AND CRITICAL, CURATORIAL & CONCEPTUAL PRACTICES

The Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation offers a joint program leading to the degree of Master of Architecture and the degree of Master of Science in Critical, Curatorial and Conceptual Practices. A student must enroll for 144 points of credit, which may be earned in eight terms full-time in residence in the School.  Students are responsible for meeting with both program directors periodically to ensure that they are meeting individual curriculum requirements as well as point and residency requirements.

ARCHITECTURE AND REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT

The Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation offers a joint program leading to the degree of Master of Architecture and the degree of Master of Science in Real Estate Development.  A student must enroll for 144 points of credit, which may be earned in eight terms in residence full-time in the School.  Students are responsible for meeting with both program directors periodically to ensure that they are meeting individual curriculum requirements as well as point and residency requirements.

URBAN PLANNING AND REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT

The Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation offers a joint program leading to the degree of Master of Science in Urban Planning and the degree of Master of Science in Real Estate Development. A student must enroll for 96 points of credit, which may be earned in six terms in residence full-time in the School.  Students are responsible for meeting with both program directors periodically to ensure that they are meeting individual curriculum requirements as well as point and residency requirements.

HISTORIC PRESERVATION AND REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT

The Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation offers a joint program leading to the degree of Master of Science in Urban Planning and the degree of Master of Science in Real Estate Development. A student must enroll for 96 points of credit, which may be earned in six terms in residence full-time in the School.  Students are responsible for meeting with both program directors periodically to ensure that they are meeting individual curriculum requirements as well as point and residency requirements.

URBAN PLANNING AND BUSINESS

The Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation and the Columbia Business School offer a dual program leading to the degree of Master of Science in Urban Planning and the degree of Master of Business Administration. A student must enroll for 90 points of credit, which may be earned in six terms in residence - three terms full-time in the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation and three terms full-time in the Business School.  Students are responsible for meeting with both program directors periodically to ensure that they are meeting individual curriculum requirements as well as point and residency requirements.

COLUMBIA BUSINESS SCHOOL 

URBAN PLANNING AND INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS

The Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation and the School of International and Public Affairs offer a dual program leading to the degree of Master of Science in Urban Planning and the degree of Master of International Affairs. A student must enroll for 90 points of credit, which may be earned in six terms in residence - three terms full-time in the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation and at least three terms full-time in the School of International and Public Affairs.  Students are responsible for meeting with both program directors periodically to ensure that they are meeting individual curriculum requirements as well as point and residency requirements.

Please consult the Admissions Office at the School of International and Public Affairs for MIA program requirements and details: 

SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS ADMISSIONS 

URBAN PLANNING AND LAW

The Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation and the School of Law offer a dual program leading to the degree of Juris Doctor and the degree of Master of Science in Urban Planning. A student must enroll for 119 points of credit, which may be earned in eight terms in residence - two terms full-time in the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation and six terms full-time in the School of Law. Students are responsible for meeting with both program directors periodically to ensure that they are meeting individual curriculum requirements as well as point and residency requirements.

Please consult the Admissions Office at the Law School for JD program requirements and details:

LAW SCHOOL ADMISSIONS

URBAN PLANNING AND SOCIAL WORK

The Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation and the School of Social Work offer a dual program leading to the degrees of Master of Science in Social Work and Master of Science in Urban Planning. A student must enroll for 90 points of credit, which may be earned in six terms in residence- three terms in the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation and three terms in the School of Social Work. Students are responsible for meeting with both program directors periodically to ensure that they are meeting individual curriculum requirements as well as point and residency requirements.

Please consult the Admissions Office at the School of Social Work for MSSW program requirements and details:

SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK ADMISSIONS

URBAN PLANNING AND PUBLIC HEALTH

The Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation and the Mailman School of Public Health offer a dual program leading to the degree of Master of Science in Urban Planning and the degree of Master of Public Health.  A student must enroll for 84 points of credit, which may be earned in five terms in residence - three terms in the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation and two terms in the Mailman School of Public Health.  Students are responsible for meeting with both program directors periodically to ensure that they are meeting individual curriculum requirements as well as point and residency requirements.

Please consult the Admissions Office at the Mailman School of Public Health for MPH program requirements and details:

MAILMAN SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH ADMISSIONS