The Graduate School of Design is home to several degree programs, including the world’s oldest landscape architecture program and North America’s longest-standing urban planning program. Keep in mind that you can combine almost any two master’s programs to earn concurrent degrees.
We also offer a number of non-degree programs: The Loeb Fellowship, Executive Education, and Design Discovery.
If you’re not sure what program is right for you, we’d love to learn more about your background and discuss your options. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us.
Master's (Post-Professional) Master of Architecture II
The program leading to the Master of Architecture II is a post-professional degree intended for individuals who have completed a five-year undergraduate professional program in architecture or its equivalent.
Master's (Post-Professional) Master in Landscape Architecture II
The two-year, post‐professional Master in Landscape Architecture degree program is for those who hold an undergraduate professional landscape architecture degree or its equivalent.
Master's (Post-Professional) Master in Design Studies (MDes)
Design necessarily engages the most urgent and complex conditions of our time, and the Master in Design Studies (MDes) post professional program empowers students to address those conditions head on.
Master's (Post-Professional) Master of Architecture in Urban Design / Master of Landscape Architecture in Urban Design
The program leading to the Master of Architecture in Urban Design and the Master of Landscape in Urban Design is intended for individuals who have completed a professional program in Architecture or Landscape Architecture and who have a strong interest in engaging the practice and theory of contemporary urbanism.