M.S. in Architecture


The M.S. of Science in Architecture is a post-professional research-based degree designed for students who have already earned an accredited undergraduate degree in architecture or related area of design. Graduates who hold a degree from outside the field of architecture are also welcome to apply.

Applications to the program are submitted to the Jefferson (Philadelphia University + Thomas Jefferson University) Office of Graduate Admissions. The program requires a bachelor’s degree, and all applications must include official undergraduate transcripts*, a current resume, two letters of recommendation, a portfolio of relevant work and a personal essay describing your intended research.

Proceed to the graduate admissions site for application information and to apply.

International students can find additional requirements for admission here.

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