University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
School of Architecture and Urban Planning
The Master of Architecture Program is directed toward the integration of social, technological, and aesthetic intentions in the building process and requires 2 to 3-1/2 years of graduate study, depending on the applicant's previous academic background and qualifications. The program has particular interest and faculty strength in building design; environment-behavior studies; urban design and development; and historic preservation.;
The Master of Architecture/Master of Urban Planning Coordinated Program prepares students to be highly skilled generalists who can understand, integrate and manage programs, policies, plans and designs in an innovative and effective manner.
The Department offers a program of advanced study in environmental design research leading to the Ph.D. degree in Architecture. Environmental design research is a multidisciplinary field devoted to research on the mutual interactions of the physical environment at all scales and socio-cultural behavior at all levels of analysis, with applications to architectural design, urban design and planning, and environmental policy.
The program of study leading to the Master of Architecture degree is fully accredited by the Nationa
Facts & Figures
Classification: Doctoral/Research University—Extensive
Locale: Large City
Size & Settings: 20,000-39,999