Concurrent Master's: Architecture Track I to Community & Regional Planning 4-Year - Plan II

Degree Requirements | Sample Curriculum Outline


Degree Overview

Students enrolled in either the architecture or interior architecture graduate programs may apply to enroll in a concurrent master’s degree option that provides an accelerated path toward attaining two accredited professional degrees: the master of interior architecture (CIDA accredited) and a master of architecture (NAAB accredited). Recipients of concurrent architecture and interior architecture degrees graduate as facile designers who are able to engage in a variety of broad and specific issues concerning: scales of sites and spaces, detail and materiality, sustainability, and collaborative processes.

Students without advanced placement who are required to complete fourteen studios can finish the concurrent degrees in a minimum of four years. This timeline includes one additional 584-level summer studio.

Graduate students with advanced placement can adapt the sample curricula to their special circumstances, resulting in a 10-studio minimum. A separate application procedure will be determined.


Degree Requirements (178 Credits)

The Graduate School requires a minimum of 45 graduate credits in each program of which 30 are in the major and 9 at 600.

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Sample Curriculum Outline

Year One

SUMMER TERM

13 Credits

ARCH 680 Introductory Graduate Design

6 Credits

ARCH 610 20th Century Architecture History

4 Credits

ARCH 611 Graduate Design Process

3 Credits
 

FALL TERM

16 Credits

ARCH 681 Introductory Graduate Design

6 Credits

ARCH 550 Spatial Composition*

4 Credits

ARCH 570 Building Construction

4 Credits

ARCH 610 Introduction to Architectural Computing*

2 Credits
 

WINTER TERM

14 Credits

ARCH 682 Introductory Graduate Design

6 Credits

ARCH 540 Human Context of Design*

4 Credits

ARCH 591 Environmental Control Systems I

4 Credits
 

SPRING TERM

14 Credits

ARCH 584 Architectural Design#

6 Credits

ARCH 530 Architectural Contexts: Place and Culture*

4 Credits

ARCH 592 Environmental Control Systems II

4 Credits

SUMMER TERM

Optional studio in Eugene, Portland, or abroad.  


Year Two

FALL TERM

13 Credits

PPPM 611 Introduction to Planning Practice*

4 Credits

PPPM 617 Human Settlements**

4 Credits

PPPM 613 Planning Analysis I*

5 Credits
 

WINTER TERM

16 Credits

ARCH 584 Architectural Design

6 Credits

PPPM 614 Planning Analysis II

5 Credits

PPPM 625 Community Planning Workshop I*

5 Credits
 

SPRING TERM

14 Credits

ARCH 523 Media for Design Development

3 Credits

ARCH 5xx/6xx Seminar*

3 Credits

PPPM 620 Research Methods in Planning I

3 Credits

PPPM 625 Community Planning Workshop I*

5 Credits

SUMMER TERM

Optional studio in Eugene, Portland, or abroad. 


Year Three

FALL TERM

16 Credits

ARCH 561 Structural Behavior

4 Credits

ARH 6xx History (Renaissance)*

4 Credits

PPPM 616 Planning Theory and Ethics*

4 Credits

PPPM 607 Applied Research Methods II

4 Credits
 

WINTER TERM

15 Credits

ARCH 584 Architectural Design

6 Credits

ARCH 562 Wood and Steel Building Systems

4 Credits

PPPM 612 Legal Issues in Planning*

4 Credits

PPPM 609 Terminal Project

1 Credits
 

SPRING TERM

13 Credits

ARCH 584 Advanced Architectural Design

6 Credits

ARCH 5xx Advanced Technical Seminar*

4 Credits

PPPM 609 Terminal Project

3 Credits

SUMMER TERM

Optional studio in Eugene, Portland, or abroad. 


Year Four

FALL TERM

10 Credits

ARCH 584 Advanced Architectural Design

6 Credits

ARCH 571 Building Enclosure

4 Credits
 

WINTER TERM

12 Credits

ARCH 585 Architectural Design I

8 Credits

ARCH 517 Context of the Architectural Profession

4 Credits
 

SPRING TERM

12 Credits

ARCH 586 Advanced Architectural Design II

8 Credits

ARCH 6xx, 62: Seminar

4 Credits

*—Course counts for elective for other degree
**—Course counts for elective and possibly architecture ancient history requirement (must petition current syllabus)
#—Course counts as Design/Land Use requirement in CRP

Architecture Track I to Community & Regional Planning Plan II Curriculum Guide

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