Master of Architecture and Master of Infrastructure Planning
This dual degree option is available to students in the M.Arch. degree program. The dual degree program permits students to obtain the M.Arch. and the M.I.P. in substantially less time than if each degree was pursued separately. M.Arch. students may partially fulfill M.I.P. course work while completing the M.Arch. program of study. A maximum of 15 credits may be used to satisfy requirements of both degrees.
For more information about the M.I.P. program, see Master in Infrastructure Planning in this catalog.
|Tools and Techniques II
|Architecture Studio I
|Architecture Studio II
|Architecture Studio III
|Architecture Studio IV
|Environmental Control Systems I
|Environmental Control Systems II
|History of Architecture I
|History of Architecture II
|Tools and Techniques I
|Professional Practice I
|Professional Practice II
|Two courses in architectural history 1,2
|One course in contemporary architectural theory 2
|Select two of the following:
|Advanced Architecture Studio I
|Advanced Architecture Studio II
|Advanced Design Options III
Including one course in non-western, regional, or vernacular architecture.
To be selected in consultation with the graduate advisor.
With the exception of History/Theory Selectives, ARCH 569G Professional Practice I and ARCH 579G Professional Practice II, all core courses must be completed before proceeding to the options sequence.
|History and Theory of Infrastructure
|Geographic Information Systems
|Infrastructure Planning in Practice
|Infrastructure and Architecture
|Elements of Infrastructure Planning
|Interdisciplinary Infrastructure Studio I
|Interdisciplinary Infrastructure Studio II
|Introduction to Environmental Policy Studies
|Sustainable Politics and Policy
|Land Use Planning