Department of Architecture
Master of Architecture (Professional)
Designed for applicants with a four-year undergraduate bachelor's degree in any area, this intensive three-and-a-half year course of study is for individuals interested in practicing or teaching architecture.
Master of Architecture (Post-Professional)
A post-professional degree that may be earned in one of three specializations: urbanism, technology, or discourse. This three-semester program is designed for those already possessing a professional bachelor's degree in architecture.
Master of Science in Computer Graphics
A two-year program for students with prior knowledge of the field, this degree is offered through Cornell's Program of Computer Graphics
Doctor of Philosophy
Department of Art
Master of Fine Arts
The History of Architecture and Urban Development program emphasizes interdisciplinary study, and students may take minors in any field offered by Cornell's Graduate School.
A two-year degree with concentrations in painting, sculpture, printmaking and photography, this program encompasses about 13 faculty members and 11 graduate students.
Department of City and Regional Planning
Master of Regional Planning
This program stresses skills basic to professional planning practice. Student usually concentrate in Land Use and Environmental Planning; Economic Development Planning: Communities and Regions; or International Studies in Planning.
Master of Arts in Historic Preservation Planning
This program prepares students for professional work in the creative preservation and utilization of our physical heritage.
Master of Science / Master of Arts / Ph.D. in Regional Science
Students focus on regional economics and their interactions. Graduates are positioned for careers as researchers and policy analysts at the highest levels in national governments, corporations and international organizations.
Master of Professional Studies in Real Estate
The Baker Program in Real Estate is a two-year program that covers all aspects of office, industrial, retail and residential real estate, combining courses in planning, management and finance, marketing, and several other fields.
Doctor of Philosophy
These programs provide advanced, specialized education for a career in teaching, research or policy making.
Master of Landscape Architecture
The graduate landscape architecture program includes both: a three-year degree designed for students from diverse educational backgrounds who want to enter the profession fully qualified at the master's level; and a two-year program for students that already have a degree in landscape architecture or architecture.