General Information | Programs and Degrees Offered | Course Descriptions | Faculty
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Master of Architecture
Master of Landscape Architecture | Master of Planning | Master of Architectural History
Doctor of Philosophy in the History of Architecture | Interdisciplinary Programs | Programs Abroad
Applicants whose previous course work does not include the equivalent of courses listed under the “admission” paragraph for any of the described degree programs must complete those courses before enrollment, or with permission while enrolled in the respective graduate program.
An explanation of the course numbering system is given in the How to Read Course Listings section of this Record.
Graduate degree credit can be given only for graduate-level courses, and courses taken below the 500 level must be taken on a pass/fail basis.
Inquiries concerning the degrees should be addressed directly to the Dean of the School of Architecture.
Grading System The following letter grade symbols are used for grading graduate students in the Graduate School of Architecture; A, A-, B+, B, B-, C, F. Graduate School of Architecture students may take undergraduate courses on a CR/NC basis, but those courses may not be offered toward a graduate degree.
Academic Good Standing The lowest acceptable grade for a graduate student in the School of Architecture is a B-. Students who earn more than two grades lower than a B- are required to leave the program in which they are enrolled. Students failing a studio cannot continue in the studio sequence until they have successfully passed the course. Two failing grades in the same or different studios may result in the student being asked to leave the program.
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