Master of Science in Architecture

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The Master of Science in Architecture provides a flexible program through which students are immersed in special fields of research and practice related to architecture and the built environment. 

For some students, the MS in Architecture is an opportunity to study and work in a professional field closely allied with architecture, following individually tailored  curricula, such as Historic Preservation and Urban Design. 

For other students, the degree allows for more open exploration of new concepts and methods of design. These include Ecological Practices, Inclusive Design, and Situated Technologies. Students may also custom-design a path of study, under faculty guidance, in interest areas and emerging fields, such as digital design and fabrication, facilities planning, and media arts.

Duration of study

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Cost of Study

  • Domestic: $5,560 - $12,130
  • International: $12,130

*per semester tuition rates and does not include fees

Admissions requirements

  • Application fee: $75
  • No GRE required
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Student Life

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