Graduate Programs

Master of Architecture

The NAAB accredited Master of Architecture degree (M. Arch.) is offered for students with undergraduate degrees in fields other than architecture who wish to prepare for licensure as professional architect. It is open to students with previous architectural design experience with the option to complete the degree in less time.

Master of Science in Architecture

The Master of Science in Architecture (M.S. Arch.) is a non-accredited 30-credit degree program which may be articulated as a studio-based post-professional degree in architectural design, or as an academically-based degree leading to research, scholarship, or a specialization.

Master of Infrastructure Planning

Master of Infrastructure Planning (MIP) is a 36-credit, interdisciplinary post-professional urban design program that focuses on innovative urban design and planning practice that is informed by in-depth local analysis and global understanding of large-scale forces at work in city-making and urbanization.

Ph.D. in Urban Systems

A joint doctoral program between New Jersey Institute of Technology and Rutgers University - Newark, the program aims to enable graduates to generate research-based knowledge of urban systems and to participate in the development, implementation and evaluation of policy and services for urban populations.

Dual Degrees

Four dual degree programs are open to MArch candidates. These programs enable students to obtain both the MArch and a second graduate degree in substantially less time than would be required to earn the two degrees separately.