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¿Qué aprenderé?

Our first-professional Master of Architecture degree program (M.Arch) is the primary venue cultivating the critical design practices at Tulane School of Architecture. The program builds on the professional expertise of our faculty and their commitment to an equitable, diverse and inclusive environment. It is a NAAB accredited program, fulfilling the professional degree requirements leading to architectural licensing and registration designed for students with bachelor’s degrees in any area of studies. The core of Tulane School of Architecture is its commitment to design excellence and social responsibility. The graduate program provides diverse options to engage the critical topics through the studio, seminar, and lecture courses that bridge intellectual, technical, social, and physical areas. Our graduate students examine architecture by understanding the discipline and its ability to impact the culture positively. Our students use architecture to ask challenging questions and deliver robust solutions through innovative visualization, a design-build project serving the local community, or exploring alternative strategies in sustainable building practices in the Research Studio. In addition, the graduate thesis sequence provides students the opportunity to develop an area of expertise through independent scholarship.

The 3.5-year track is structured for students with minimal or no previous architectural education. The seven-semester curriculum begins with a rigorous summer introductory term, followed by four semesters of core instruction. The final two semesters are primarily elective options, encouraging students to develop customized educational experiences through our rich course offerings. Students with a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture degree, bachelor’s degree in Interior Design or in other three-dimensional design fields may qualify for one semester advanced standing. Students with a pre-professional architecture degree should apply to the two-year track.

2-Year Track (Advanced Standing) The two-year track provides an accelerated path for students with substantial architectural education. Those with a pre-professional degree such as a Bachelor of Science in Architecture or a Bachelor of Environmental Design, or international students with a terminal architecture degree in their respective country who wish to work towards licensure in the US and Canada should apply to this track to gain advanced standing within the M.Arch program. The Director of Architecture determines the level of advanced standing based on students’ college transcripts and design portfolio strength. Typically, students will complete the curriculum in four semesters, two semesters of core instruction to fulfill NAAB requirements and two semesters of elective options to develop independent scholarship. International students with license to practice architecture or eligible for licensure in their respective countries may qualify for further advanced standing to complete the degree in three semesters.

¿En cuál departamento estoy?

School of Architecture

Opciones de estudio

a tiempo completo (3.5 )

Costos de estudio
US$39.402,00 por año
Aplicaciones hasta

11 July 2022, 7 December 2022, 19 April 2023

Fecha de inicio

15 Agosto 2022, 11 Enero 2023, 24 Mayo 2023


School of Architecture

Richardson Memorial Hall,

6823 Street Charles Avenue,



70118, United States

Requerimiento de entrada

Para estudiantes internacionales

Tulane requires a certified copy of your secondary school academic record. Grades for at least three full years of secondary education are required; exiting exams alone are not sufficient. All first-year applicants must submit a secondary school report and/or an official letter of recommendation from their guidance counselor or head of class. This component must be submitted directly to the Office of Undergraduate Admission by a school official.

English Language requirement

You must submit scores from at least one of the following: SAT; ACT; TOEFL; IELTS. If you achieve a 600+ on the SAT Verbal section or a 27+ on the ACT English section, we will waive TOEFL or IELTS. The middle 50% of admitted students achieve 1950-2150 on the SAT or 30-33 on the ACT. Tulane's SAT code is 6832. Tulane's ACT code is 1614.


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