Master of Planning/Master of Architecture
The Master of Planning/Master of Architecture dual degree program facilitates highly related cross-disciplinary studies in architecture and in planning. In this program, students interested in developing a career in urban design can make more substantial commitments in both disciplines and can achieve a more coherent and extensive knowledge in the design of built environments and public policy. Candidates must already possess a degree in architecture. This dual degree program normally requires five semesters in residence.
Students must complete 72 units, including 36 units in architecture and 36 units in planning.
Elements of the Urban Landscape (ARCH 532) – 2 units
Urban Landscape Case Studies (ARCH 533) – 2 units
Architecture in the Urban Landscape: Projects and Places (ARCH 561) – 2 units
Architecture in the Urban Landscape: Comparative Theories (ARCH 563) – 2 units
Graduate Architecture Design (ARCH 605aL) – 6 units
Graduate Architecture Design (ARCH 605bL) – 6 units
Students select one of the following:
M. Arch. Thesis, Option I (ARCH 693abzL) – 4-8 units
M. Arch, Thesis, Option II (ARCH 695abzL) – 4-8 units
Students must also take a four-unit elective within the School of Architecture.
Policy, Planning, and Development
Intersectoral Leadership (PPD 500) – 2 units
Economics for Policy, Planning and Development (PPD 501a) – 2 units
Planning Theory (PPD 524) – 2 units
Statistics and Arguing from Data (PPD 525) – 2 units
Comparative International Development (PPD 526) – 2 units
The Social Context of Planning (PPD 527) – 2 units
Legal Environment of Planning (PPD 529) – 2 units
Planning History and Urban Form (PPD 533) – 2 units
Students select a four-unit course from the concentration list shown in the MPL program.
Students must complete eight units of PPD 531L.
Students take eight units of elective courses within the Price School of Public Policy.