The Master of Architecture is a three-year professional degree, which weaves together the highest level of disciplinary expertise with the critical and technical skills necessary to recast the boundaries of the discipline, building on a long legacy of groundbreaking innovation in the fields of architecture and design.
The Master of Science degree in Advanced Architectural Design is a three-term program consisting of Summer, Fall, and Spring terms. The objective of the program is to provide outstanding young professionals who hold a Bachelor of Architecture or Master of Architecture degree the opportunity to enter into an intensive, postgraduate study that encourages critical thought in the context of design speculation.
The M.S. in Computational Design Practices is a program with both part- and full-time tracks that prepares students and practitioners to pursue a range of design, research, creative, civic, activist, or entrepreneurial roles in the architecture, urban design, and urban planning fields as well as any spatial, design, and planning practice.
The Masters of Science in Critical, Curatorial, and Conceptual Practices in Architecture is designed to offer advanced training in the fields of architectural criticism, publishing, curating, exhibiting, writing, and research through a two-year, full-time course of intensive academic study and independent research.
The doctoral program addresses the development of modern architectural form and ideas as they have been affected by social, economic, and technological change. In broad terms it encompasses the relations between the profession, practice, civil institutions, and the society at large.
The Shape of Two Cities: New York/Paris Program is a certificate program for undergraduate students and recent graduates from colleges and universities around the country. The program’s goals are to introduce the fields of architecture, planning and preservation; encourage their exploration in the contexts of history, theory and practice; and identify and analyze their interrelationships, especially in regard to the making of cities.
Introduction to architecture is a pre-professional program for those who are interested in architecture and may be considering it as a career, and for those students who have prior educational experience in design and may wish to complete an additional studio to prepare for application to graduate school.