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  • Objectives
    The two-year Master of Architecture program begins in the summer term (early May). Students select core courses in design, humanities, and technology. The program also includes an eight-month co-op workterm, a professional practice course, and a design thesis supervised by a faculty member. Six elective courses enable students to direct their graduate studies toward their own interests, aligned with areas of faculty research. Year 6 may be completed in fall/winter or winter/summer, depending on the teaching terms of a student's thesis supervisor.
  • Practical experience
    There are various work terms associated with this program.
  • Academic Title
    Master of Architecture
  • Course description
    Year 5 - MArch
    M1 (academic term)

    (Design)
    (Humanities)
    (Technology)
    (elective)

    M2 (academic term)
    (Design)
    (Humanities)
    (Technology)
    (elective)

    M3 (work term)
    Prof. Practice (work term)

    M4 (work term)

    Prof. Practice (work term)

    Year 6 - MArch
    M5 (academic term)

    MArch Thesis Preparation
    (elective)
    (elective)
    (elective)

    M6 (academic term)
    MArch Thesis
    Professional Practice
    (elective)

    Graduate courses

    Design - core courses


        * Urban Housing Studio
        * Adaptive Reuse Studio
        * Urban Systems Studio
        * Material Detail Studio
        * Light Frame Building Studio
        * Landscape Studio
        * Transhistorical Studio
        * Ephemeral Architecture Studio
        * Public Architecture Studio
        * Coastal Studio

    Humanities - core courses

        * Housing Theory
        * Residential Real Estate Development
        * Urban Systems
        * History and Theory of Cities
        * International Sustainable Development
        * Theory and the Built Environment
        * Architectural Theory of the Enlightenment
        * Ephemeral Architecture
        * Architectural Exhibitions
        * Integrated Coastal and Ocean Planning
        * Documentation and Conservation of the Modern Movement
        * Humanities Seminar

    Technology - core courses

        * From Timber to Lumber
        * From Lumber to Structure
        * Composite Materials
        * Earth Construction
        * Natural Finishes
        * Light and Material
        * Acoustics
        * Energy Efficient Design
        * Life Cycle Analysis
        * The Construction Detail
        * From Principle to Detail
        * Facades
        * Tensile Architecture
        * Fabrication
        * Technology Seminar

    Electives

        * Design Seminar
        * Free Lab
        * Architecture and Archaeoastronomy
        * Humanities Seminar
        * Material Investigation
        * Material Investigation in Wood
        * Technology Seminar
        * Entrepreneurship
        * Permission to Build
        * Professional Practice Seminar
        * Graphic Design in Architecture
        * Painting in Architecture
        * Photography in Architecture
        * Montage in Architecture
        * Multimedia in Architecture
        * Spatial Constructions in Digital Video
        * Language as Representation
        * Alternatives to Perspective
        * Digital Form
        * Architectural Documentation and Analysis
        * Documentation and Reconstruction of Historic Buildings
        * Developments in Architectural Representation
        * Representation Seminar

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