Northeastern offers a Master of Architecture (M.Arch) degree accredited by the National Architectural Accreditation Board and a Master of Design for Sustainable Urban Environments (MDes). The programs leverage the School of Architecture’s outstanding faculty and pragmatically grounded curriculum. We welcome you to explore our programs below, visit us on campus, and contact us with your questions and comments.
Northeastern University offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Architecture. The School of Architecture’s undergraduate curriculum links together the professional training necessary for a career in the field, but also the creative problem-solving and liberal arts preparation that is critical for navigating the challenges of today’s world.
The BS in Architectural Studies teaches students the rigorous design methods of architecture while also offering a flexible curriculum focused on key contemporary topics.
The School of Architecture and the Department of Art + Design offer a combined major in architecture and graphic and information design. Students interested in the combined major connect specific problem solving inherent to architectural understanding with the larger context of contemporary cities.
Northeastern’s Master of Architecture (M.Arch) degree leverages the School of Architecture’s outstanding faculty and pragmatically grounded curriculum. The program is accredited by the National Architectural Accreditation Board.
Northeastern’s Master of Design for Sustainable Urban Environments (MDes) brings together the allied professional fields of environmental design, landscape architecture, and urban planning. The program offers advanced study and research opportunities in the design of ecologically and economically productive urban environments.
Northeastern University offers a BLA in Urban Landscape. This major reflects a growing public interest in making our cities more sustainable, and in bringing the insights of landscape architects to join those of urban designers and architects.
Housed in the College of Engineering, the sustainable building systems program focuses on the design and operation of buildings to provide a comfortable, healthy, and productive indoor environment with minimal energy and environmental impact. Students have an opportunity to develop leadership and decision-making skills to implement sustainable building practices in...
Housed in the College of Social Sciences and Humanities, the Master of Science in Urban Planning and Policy (MUPP) program trains leaders interested in building just and sustainable solutions to today’s critical urban problems, including challenges of affordable housing provision, equitable and sustainable economic growth, sustainable transportation, and climate change...
The four-course minor introduces students to the study of architectural history, paying particular attention to the relationship between buildings and their larger urban, cultural, economic, and social environments.
The minor in Urban Landscape Studies introduces fundamental design and management of sustainable urban environments, as well as an overview of historic and contemporary issues in urban landscape.