The newly launched (2017) Summer Programs at the Department of Graduate Architecture and Urban Design (GAUD) in the School of Architecture are an opportunity for entering students and prospective students to prepare themselves for the pursuit of a First Professional Master of Architecture. Three programs, two for admitted incoming M.Arch students and the third open to all students (incoming and/or with an interest in a career in Architecture). Overlapping with the GAUD Post Professional degree’s summer semester, the courses are complimented with an array of lectures, events, and exhibitions that further enrich student’s understanding of architecture discourse within the GAUD, regionally and nationally. The programs are taught by GAUD faculty and supported by the School of Continuing and Professional Studies.

Immersion Studio

Pre-Architecture non-degree Graduate Studio - open to the public
July 1–25, 2019 - M–TH | 2–6 PM

Architectural Mediums Primer 1

Voluntary non-degree course for incoming M.Arch students
August 5–16, 2019 - M–F | 10 AM–12 PM / 2–6 PM

Architectural Mediums Primer 2

Required non-degree course for incoming M.Arch (AS) students
August 5–16, 2019 - M–F | 10 AM–12 PM / 2–6 PM

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