The MArch program engages the challenges facing architecture today with a curriculum focused on innovation, responsiveness and critical thinking.
The MPlan program is a design- and studio-based program in which students learn how to shape the future of cities by working on real-world problems with real clients.
The MLA program explores topics such as urban design, climate change adaptation, green infrastructure, low impact development, and spatial land use design, and habitat restoration.
Research Graduate Programs
A research-based post-professional master’s degree for recent graduates of professional architecture, planning, or landscape architecture programs who want to develop an area of specialization in their career.
An opportunity for graduates interested in an academic career to undertake quantitative and qualitative research at an advanced level.
A doctoral degree for established mid-career design professionals who want to remain fully embedded in practice while elevating their career by exploring how to create an innovation of ways or things that will build recognized expertise in a specific topic area.
The MArch, MPlan and MLA programs are accredited professional graduate degrees by their respective regulatory bodies.