NYIT’s School of Architecture and Design offers a Master of Architecture Degree in Urban and Regional Design. It is a three-semester (36-credit) post-professional degree for those who have a bachelor of architecture degree from a college or university accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB).
The program’s three advanced design studios address urban and suburban design and architecture in the context of their region. They also explore the relationship of design at many scales from personal to megalopolitan to global dimensions.
View the graduate catalog description of the master of architecture program
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