The multi-disciplinary structure of the School of Architecture offers unique opportunities for students to pursue dual graduate degrees. Dual degrees are offered throughout all graduate disciplines of the school: Architecture, Architectural History, Landscape Architecture and Urban and Environmental Planning.
In the case of Urban and Environmental Planning, dual degrees outside of the School of Architectures are also possible with the School of Law and the School of Graduate Engineering and Applied Science being among the most common. These programs permit the joint use of credit to satisfy the requirements of each degree and shorten the time required for attaining both degrees. All dual degrees depend upon admission to each program under the appropriate requirements. Students interested in pursuing a dual degree should consult with their Department Chair.
Students with prior undergraduate degrees in Architecture can expect to earn a dual degree in Architecture and Landscape Architecture within three academic years. Students without prior undergraduate degrees in Architecture can expect to earn a dual degree in four academic years.
Common Dual Degrees
- Architecture — Landscape Architecture
- History of Architecture — Architecture
- Landscape Architecture — Planning
- Architecture — Planning
- Planning — Law