Conducted by an Architecture school within a research university, NJIT's graduate programs in Architecture are platforms for innovation. Learn more about how the M. Architecture, M.S. Architecture, and M.S. in Urban Design can jump-start your career as an Architect.
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Multiple Degree Options (M., M.S.)
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A Master's in Architectureat a Glance
The Masters of Architecture (MArch), Master of Science in Architecture, and Master of Urban Design at NJIT are STEM designated, accredited professional programs intended for applicants who have an undergraduate or graduate degree in a field other than architecture and wish to earn a degree leading to professional licensure as an architect. Advanced placement is available for applicants who have an architecture related degree.
Both full and part time options are available, offering maximum flexibility to those interested in expanding, enhancing, or changing their careers while working. The 90-credit curriculum consists of design studios, core courses in tools and techniques, history, construction, structures, environmental control systems, landscape and urbanism, and elective courses in history / theory and building technology.
The Master of Science in Architecture is a post-professional, studio-based, 30-credit degree program that equips you with credentials to pursue advanced research and entrepreneurial practices. Research tracks are available in Computation, Fabrication and Sustainability.
The M.Arch. is a NAAB-accredited program for students with undergraduate degrees in Architecture or other fields who wish to become licensed architects. Graduate student research opportunities explore many emerging facets of Architecture.
Master of Urban Design
The Master of Urban Design is an intensive, one-year, studio-based program that will help you develop expertise in analyzing, planning and designing the built environment across a range of scales.