Concurrent and Joint Degrees
Students in the MUP program can undertake concurrent degrees with other departments in the GSD. The most common concurrent degrees are with landscape architecture and architecture. Policies for concurrent degrees are explained on the registrar’s web site.
Concurrent degree students must be in full-time residence at the GSD for at least one additional year beyond the longer of the two degree programs. Typical concurrent degrees include:
MUP/MAUD or MLAUD
(Information on course sequences coming soon!)
Students in the MUP program can also undertake joint degrees outside the GSD, at other Harvard schools. These may include: