Dual-degree programs in architecture, urban planning slated for fall – UTSA Today

Dual-degree programs in architecture, urban planning slated for fall – UTSA Today

Dual-degree programs in architecture, urban planning slated for fall

JUNE 22, 2020 —UTSA’s College of Architecture, Construction and Planning will offer two new dual-degree programs at the master’s level beginning in the fall 2020 semester. The master of architecture and master of science in urban and regional planning degrees will be combined into a multidisciplinary track, while the master of architecture and master of science in architecture degrees will be combined into a research-oriented professional track.

The new dual-degree programs are designed to prepare students as future professionals and practitioners in a rapidly changing workplace. The programs are aligned with numerous schools of architecture at major U.S. universities, which have begun offering dual and joint degrees that aim to provide graduates of professional architectural programs with specific skill sets tailored for industry needs.

“Both programs
Source…