The Master of Architecture course at Tulane University provides students with visualisation skills, sustainable building knowledge and the opportunity to work on a built project to prepare them for architecture careers.
School: Tulane University, School of Architecture
Course: Master of Architecture
Location: New Orleans, USA
Course dates: June 2023 to May 2026 for the 3.5-year track, or August 2023 to May 2025 for the 2-year track
Application deadline: 15 January 2023
Our Master of Architecture (MArch) degree program is the primary venue for cultivating critical design practices at Tulane School of Architecture.
The program builds on the expertise of our faculty and their commitment to an equitable, diverse and inclusive environment.
It is a National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB) accredited program, fulfilling the professional degree requirements leading to architectural licensing and registration designed for students with bachelor's degrees in any area of studies.
The core of Tulane School of Architecture is its commitment to design excellence and social responsibility.
The graduate program provides diverse options to engage in critical topics through the studio, seminar, and lecture courses that bridge intellectual, technical, social, and physical areas.
Our graduate students examine architecture by understanding the discipline and its ability to impact the world positively.
Our students use architecture to ask challenging questions and deliver robust solutions through innovative visualization, a design-build project serving the local community, or exploring alternative strategies in sustainable building practices in the research studio.
In addition, the graduate thesis sequence provides students with the opportunity to develop an area of expertise through independent scholarship.
Applications submitted after the 15 January 2023 deadline will be considered on a rolling basis.
For more information about admissions, contact Michael Cusanza at [email protected]
Applications to this course have now closed.
Top image: Research Studio Resilience Reinforced, photographed by Catherine Restrepo.
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