Graduate & Doctoral Programs

Master of Architecture

The professional M.Arch. degree is a three-year program leading to licensure that is accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB). Incoming students may qualify for advanced standing.

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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.

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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.

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Graduate Double Majors


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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.

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Meet Some of Our Students

We prepare students for a plethora of options beyond traditional architecture and design careers.

Earl   Jackson

“NJIT put me on the right path for my career.”

Earl Jackson
Class of 1999

Tom   Bury

“I worked very hard at NJIT, and I'll be honest--that degree has gotten me exactly where I am today.”

Tom Bury
Class of 2002

Michael  Chiappa

“I learned how to get involved and create opportunities. I’ve really enjoyed my time at NJIT.”

Michael Chiappa
Class of 2015