Graduate Certificate in Urban Design
Total Credit Hours for Completion: 12
All students working towards the Urban Design Certificate are required to take ARCH 620 for 3 credits.
Any combination of the following courses can be taken: These courses allow both M. Arch Students and non-degree students to achieve this certificate. Students in the professional M.Arch. program can complete ARCH 608 for 6 credits. Both M.Arch students and students from outside the Department of Architecture can take urban-focused courses in ARCH and UBPL to fulfill the remaining credits.
Courses to choose from: ARCH 600participate on a team in the Hines Urban Land Institute urban design competition, ARCH 600 on Urban-focused topics, ARCH 700 for urban-focus independent study, or UBPL 716 Neighborhood Analysis and Evaluation.
|Required course (3 hours) for all students:|
|ARCH 620||Theory of Urban Design||3|
|Suggested course (6 hours) for Master of Architecture Students:|
|ARCH 608||Urban Dwelling||6|
|Other urban-focused electives in ARCH and UBPL courses as listed below can fulfill the remaining credits for both Professional M.Arch students and students outside the Department of Architecture.|
|ARCH 600||Special Topics in Architecture: _____ (ULI Hines Student Competition )||3|
|ARCH 600||Special Topics in Architecture: _____ (Special Topics in Architecture: Urban design-focused Studies)||3|
|ARCH 700||Directed Readings in Architecture: (Urban-focused independent study)||3|
|UBPL 716||Neighborhood Analysis and Evaluation||3|
Questions regarding the Urban Design Certificate should be directed to Dr. Marie-Alice L’Heureux, Professor of Architecture, firstname.lastname@example.org.