Program Category: PhD Programs
Degree Programs: Full-Time: MPhil, PhD
Please note: The degree for this program is conferred by GSAS, but program specifics, such as admissions, degree requirements, and financial aid, are administered by other schools of the university.
The PhD program in Architecture is oriented toward the training of scholars in the field of architectural history and theory. Its structure reflects a dual understanding of the scholar's role in the discipline at large: as a teacher and as a researcher making an original contribution to the field, with an emphasis on expanding and reinterpreting disciplinary knowledge in a broad intellectual context. Course requirements are designed to give entering students a solid foundation in architectural history and theory, with sufficient flexibility to allow the pursuit of individual research interests. Interdisciplinary work is encouraged. The program's focus is on architecture and modernity internationally, from the 18th century to the present. A wide range of research is supported through the varied expertise of the faculty and through strong relationships with other departments throughout the university.
Special Admissions Requirements:
In addition to the requirements listed below, all students must submit one transcript showing courses and grades per school attended, a statement of academic purpose, and three letters of evaluation from academic sources.
All international students whose native language is not English or whose undergraduate degree is from an institution in a country whose official language is not English must submit scores of the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or IELTS.
|Deadline for Fall Admission:||Friday, January 6, 2017|
|Writing Sample Number of Pages:||30|
|Degree Programs:||Full Time|
Eligibility for admission to the program is generally limited to students holding a Master of Architecture degree or a five-year Bachelor of Architecture degree plus a master's degree (or equivalent) in the field of architectural history and theory. Under certain circumstances, students who hold a master's degree or equivalent in another field are considered for admission.