The Notre Dame School of Architecture graduate programs in architecture, urban design, and historic upkeep promote built conditions which are durable, helpful, and delightful, and that are encouraging of strong towns. The college seeks to coach designers, preservationists, students, and advocates for that built atmosphere who are able to play a number one role in a number of disciplines and arenas. Towards these finishes, the graduate curriculum encourages the knowledge of detail, building, and city like a continuous and interdependent scalar spectrum. It engages both intellectual endeavor and also the practical teaching of craft to ensure that the very best training of historic precedent may be learned, broadened upon, and coupled with a cautious utilization of contemporary methods, materials, and methods to be able to lead toward structures and urbanism that are eco and culturally sustainable. Graduates from the School of Architecture graduate programs recognize that they're stewards of the towns, both global and local, which included in a full time income tradition, it's a critical a part of the work they do to help the training of clients, towns, and future decades of designers and people.
The College of Architecture is proud introducing a 2-year Master of Science in Historic Upkeep program. It is common that the program devoted to the introduction of structures and locations that are lasting and significant towards the towns that inhabit them provide education within the take care of great existing structures and places through thoughtful upkeep practices.
The College of Architecture offers two graduate architecture levels: Master of Architectural Design and Urbanism (M.ADU)
- 2-year publish-professional degree (Path A)
and Master of Architecture (M.Arch)*
- 2-year (Path B) professional degree
- 3-year (Path C) professional degree
*Both two and three year degree are licensed through the National Architecturel Accrediting Board (NAAB).
Qualifications for just one degree program or any other relies exclusively with an applicant's educational background.
Students seeking a 2-year MADU publish-professional degree (Path A) must hold a certified professional degree in architecture (B.Arch or M.Arch) or even the worldwide equivalent.