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.

M.Arch. Requirements

Core Courses
ARCH 500GAdvanced Architectural Graphics3
ARCH 501GArchitectural Design I6
ARCH 502GArchitectural Design II6
ARCH 503GArchitectural Design III6
ARCH 504GArchitectural Design IV6
ARCH 541GConstruction I3
ARCH 542GConstruction II3
ARCH 543GEnvironmental Control Systems I3
ARCH 544GEnvironmental Control Systems II3
ARCH 545GStructures I3
ARCH 548GStructures II3
ARCH 547G4D Integration3
ARCH 528GHistory of Architecture I3
ARCH 529GHistory of Architecture II3
ARCH 555GArchitectural Graphics3
ARCH 569GBuilding and Development3
ARCH 579GProfessional Architectural Practice3
Two courses in architectural history 1,26
One course in contemporary architectural theory 23
Option Sequence
Select two of the following:12
Advanced Design Options I
Advanced Design Options II
Advanced Design Options III
Master'S Thesis
ARCH XXXElectives 29
Electives 29
Total Credits102

With the exception of History/Theory Selectives, ARCH 569G Building and Development and ARCH 579G Professional Architectural Practice, all core courses must be completed before proceeding to the options sequence.

M.I.P. Requirements

Required Courses
MIP 631History and Theory of Infrastructure3
MIP 652Geographic Information Systems3
MIP 673Infrastructure Planning in Practice3
MIP 674Infrastructure and Architecture3
MIP 675Elements of Infrastructure Planning3
Additional Requirements
MIP 601Interdisciplinary Infrastructure Studio I6
MIP 602Interdisciplinary Infrastructure Studio II6
MIP 612Introduction to Environmental Policy Studies3
EPS 622Sustainable Politics and Policy3
MIP 655Land Use Planning3
Total Credits36