The built environment of our cities and landscapes make people connect with place.
The Master in Urban Vision & Architectural Design curriculum responds to developments in the professional field and in urban design trends. You will explore new paths of inquiry and design-based strategy, taking urban systems as the starting point for studying society. You will examine different architectural approaches as you hone your design skills and create projects for a better urban future.
The last module of your degree program is a professional experience: You can participate in an internship, a field learning experience, or an entrepreneur experience. Graduates of the Master in Urban Vision and Architectural Design program may go on to become architects, urban planners, urban designers, or project managers. They may work as consultants or staff members for architecture, engineering, or design studios; territory development agencies; departments of public/urban planning; nonprofit organizations; research centers; or real estate or construction companies.