Temple University’s Master of Architecture program is now accepting applications for fall of 2013. Located in Philadelphia, a thriving cultural center with a vibrant community of architects and designers, the two-year program connects students with leaders in the profession, including local practitioners and prominent national educators. The Master of Architecture program is housed in the new Architecture Building within Temple University’s Center for the Arts, where students and faculty work alongside colleagues from Fine Arts, Music and Dance, Film and Media Arts, and Theater. The Architecture Building houses state of the art equipment for digital fabrication and studios and labs for all of the department’s programs.
The Master of Architecture program is an accredited first-professional degree fulfilling the education requirement towards registration as an architect. The depth of the graduate program allows students to engage in advanced study of the complex issues of the built world. There are a number of opportunities for financial support including graduate assistantships, department work study, department scholarships, university fellowships, and others.
For additional information on the application process, refer to Temple University’s Architecture website at architecture.temple.edu.