We offer Master of Arts in Technology, Master of Science/Master of Arts in Architecture and Master of Architecture programs, as well as Ph.D. in Architecture program.
The M.Arch II Program was established in the fall of 2014. It places emphasis on “Design” as the core to cultivate graduate students’ capability of investigation in architectural profession and broaden the scope of architectural practice.
M.Arch II’s courses are organized into 3 semesters. To obtain the Master of Architecture degree, coursework of 27 minimum credits are required, and another 6 credits of thesis study.
M.Arch II’s curriculum and teaching was structured by three main axes:
M.Arch II’s courses are organized into 3 semesters. In the first semester, the two major courses are "Advanced Architectural Design" and “Special Topics in Architecture and Environmental Design”. The second semester includes “Design Integration Research” and “International Workshop”. The third semester consists of “Design Thesis’ and “Design Thesis Portfolio”. The final "Design Thesis” is the architectural design which is resulted from the previous research findings with further integration and development. In 2017, M.Arch II and the School of Architecture of Tsinghua University in Beijing launched a master's degree joint program. Each year, 1-2 students are selected for exchange for one-year training. The final design thesis is jointly supervised by the architectural professors from both universities
For the Master of Science/Master of Arts in Architecture program 36 minimum credits are required, including 6 credits of thesis study.
The Ph.D program consists of 6 groups of our academic research fields with 2-7 years of training, enrolling 13 students each year.
For the Master of Arts in Technology (Techno Art) program 36 minimum credits are required, including 6 credits of thesis project.
The goal of Master Program on Techno Art is to explore the possible artistry and artistic behavior of contemporary science and technology, and from the other side, to explore the scientific and technological nature of some contemporary arts and their future possibilities. Art is the wisdom crystallization of the development of human civilization. The way of artistic creation reflects the unique collective mental state of the times and society. Therefore, the multiple forms of contemporary technology and art gradually break through the definition of traditional art and continue to expand our imagination of art.