The UMN School of Architecture offers 4 graduate-level programs in architecture:
1. Master of Architecture
2. M.S. in Arch. - Sustainable Design
3. M.S. in Arch. - Heritage Conservation & Preservation
4. M.S. in Arch. - Metropolitan Design
5. M.S. in Arch. - Research Practices
The Master of Architecture program is the professional degree for those seeking to become licensed architects.
The four M.S. programs offer a combination of academic and applied research opportunities, as well as professionally-oriented coursework, however, they do not satisfy the educational requirement for professional licensing.
The graduate admissions pages here will guide you through the admission process for these 5 programs. Please pay careful attention to slight variations in the required application materials depending on the degree sought.
PLEASE NOTE: We have extended the deadline for the Master of Architecture application to Friday, February 1, 2013. All materials received by that date will be reviewed by the admissions committee.
M. Arch. February 1, 2013
M.S. SD January 15, 2013
M.S. HCP March 1, 2013
M.S. MD March 1, 2013
Our professional M. Arch. program can be combined with one of the M.S. programs as a Concurrent Degrees.