College of Architecture and Design

Dual Degrees & Certificates

COAD has established the following dual degree programs, both within the College and with other NJIT Schools/Colleges.  These degree programs permit students to obtain their selected architecture degree (B. Arch., B.S. Arch., M. Arch., or M.S. Arch.) with an additional Masters degree, often in substantially less time than if pursued separately.

Certificates

The College of Architecture and Design is taking the lead in preparing design professionals to develop efficient, sustainable buildings and developments. The graduate Certificate Program in Sustainable Design expands the problem-solving skills of designers by introducing and applying sustainable design tools and green building strategies to site design, water and energy efficiency, materials and resources, and indoor environmental quality. This certificate may be incorporated in its entirety in the M.S. in Architecture program toward a specialization in sustainable design.

For registration and other information contact:

Fred Little
Graduate Programs & Admissions Coordinator
School of Architecture - Graduate Program Office
New Jersey Institute of Technology
University Heights
Newark, NJ  07102-1982
973-596-3078 (phone)   973-596-3073 (fax)

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