Ph.D. in Architecture, Urbanism, and Built Environments
The Doctor of Philosophy in Architecture, Urbanism, and Built Environments is an advanced degree that focuses on preparing the next generation of academics and professionals to create innovative and transformative evidence-based solutions to address the challenges of contemporary and future urban built environments.
The low-residency program provides a strong research foundation for mid-career professionals interested in obtaining or enhancing their positions as professors, researchers, and policy analysts.
There are two pathways to the Ph.D. in Architecture, Urbanism, and Built Environments:
- An applicant with a bachelor’s degree only will require sixty (60) credits of required coursework.
- An applicant with a master’s degree will require thirty-six (36) creditsof required coursework.
The School of Graduate Studies only accept applicants towards the Ph.D. program. Students in the Ph.D. program may earn a Master of Science (M.S.) in Architecture, Urbanism, and Built Environments after completing the respective program requirements.