Admission to this degree program will require that candidates have (1) a prior professional degree in Architecture (B. Arch. or M. Arch.), Landscape Architecture (B.L.A. or M.L.A.), or City and Regional Planning (M.C.P., M.U.P., or equivalent with a design background), (2) evidence of high quality academic and professional work, and (3) at least two years of professional experience after completion of the professional degree and before the application deadline to the program.
- Degree Requirements
The Degree of Master of Urban Design (M.U.D.) will be granted under the following conditions:
- completion of two semesters of course work and one summer studio as specified by the Graduate Group in Urban Design;
- completion of units as specified by the Graduate Group in Urban Design;
- completion of a Thesis (Plan I) to be prepared in accordance with the rules of the Graduate Council under conditions specified by the Graduate Group in Urban Design; and,
- maintenance of a minimum average grade of B. No course in which a grade lower than C- is assigned may be counted toward the requirements for the degree.