Three-Semester Post-Professional M.Arch.2 Program
Cornell’s post-professional master of architecture is an intensive advanced design research (ADR) program. Open to individuals holding a B.Arch. or first-professional M.Arch. degree, the three-semester program offers a critical framework for investigating pertinent design concerns, practices, and technologies in 21st-century architecture and urbanism. A structure of core and elective studios and courses allows students to pursue trajectories of inquiry within one of three interrelated territories of investigation:
Architecture & Urbanism (A+U): Urban Geography, Typological Studies, Urban Theory, Networks, Infrastructures, Urban Imaging, Ecological Urbanism
Architecture & Ecology (A+E):
Sustainable Practices, Soft Infrastructures, Materials Research, Machinic Prototypes, Extreme Structures
Architecture & Discourse (A+D):
Theory, Criticism, Publishing, Cultural Production, Design Research, History and Contemporaneity
Interdisciplinary in intent and content, the ADR program engages the wealth of academic resources in AAP, across Cornell University, and throughout an extensive global network.
Architecture Seminar Explores NYC's "Common Ground"
Post-Professional Summer 2008 Studio Booklet