Grad Info Sessions
Master of Architecture I Info Session
Monday, Oct 28, 2019
5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture
141 Convent Avenue
New York, NY 10031
Tour: 5:30 p.m.
Panel: 6:30-8:00 p.m. (Sciame Auditorium/107)
Portfolio Review: 8:00-8:30 p.m.
Learn about the Spitzer School’s Master of Architecture I accredited professional degree program, which is open to students from all undergraduate backgrounds. This evening event will include studio visits, a panel discussion and Q&A, and an opportunity for feedback on your portfolio materials.
- Brad Horn, M Arch Program Director
- Professor Marta Gutman
- Assistant Professor Ahu Aydogan
- Adjunct Professor Ali Höcek
- Glenn Bell '18
- Yennifer Diaz Moscoso '20
- Matthew Morgan '21
- Hannah Borgeson, Director of Graduate Affairs
We explore architecture as a field of open experimentation while remaining grounded in a shared commitment to the social good. The Master of Architecture I professional degree program embraces the role of the architect in contemporary society as a politically engaged, positive agent of change. Using New York City as a laboratory, our curriculum propels students into the urban landscape to connect with stakeholders and to draw inspiration from the city’s teeming diversity. With rigorous education in handcraft, digital fabrication, history, contemporary architectural theory, technology, and sustainable building practices, students graduate as multivalent and agile thinkers, ready to confront difficult and unpredictable design challenges with innovative ideas. Come join us if you want to use design to make the world a better place.
The M Arch I program is an intensive three-year course of study progressing from fundamental to advanced education in architectural theory and practice. The curricular sequence is composed of a four-semester core followed by two final semesters that include advanced options studios and an array of elective offerings. Required core courses provide a rigorous foundation in design, digital representation, building technology and architectural history and theory, while our advanced studios and elective offerings challenge students to integrate this knowledge through research and speculation. Throughout the program students are trained to synthesize the theoretical underpinnings of architecture with the practical skills necessary to competently and responsibly construct buildings.
All undergraduate backgrounds welcome in the M Arch I program; its prerequisites are one semester of both college-level precalculus and physics.
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