M.Arch in Architecture

New York Institute of Technology

Old Westbury, New York, USA
M.Arch in Architecture
Duration2 Years
LevelMasters Program
  • Students master how to provide design leadership and contribute to an increasingly sustainable built environment by studying the past, present, and future of meaningful architectural design
  • The M.Arch program at New York Tech helps students develop a critical understanding of historic and contemporary practices, cultures, and movements in the industry, preparing students to become a visionary leader and problem solver
  • The program has two options:
    • a two-year professional degree track for those with a pre-professional degree in architecture
    • a 3½-year track for those with a bachelor’s degree in another area 
Fees componentsAmount
Tuition & fees3076080 INR
Hostel & Meals1121304 INR
Insurance149410 INR
Graduate fee36620 INR
Total1307334 INR

Entry Criteria

Class 12thNo specific cutoff mentioned
BachelorsNo specific cutoff mentioned
  • Track I, 3.5-Years (99 credit-hour): Applicants must have an undergraduate bachelor's degree in disciplines other than architecture
  • Track II, 2-Years (60 credit-hour): Applicants must hold a pre-professional, 4-year Bachelor of Science in Architecture degree, Architectural Technology, or equivalent
  • Applicants must fulfill the following prerequisite courses:
    • 4 design studio courses at a variety of scales and programs
    • Previous course work that fulfills the majority of required courses included in the first two years of our B.S.A.T. or B.Arch. programs and in the areas of:
      • architectural design
      • architectural structure
      • building construction
      • visualization and technical drawings
      • architectural history
  • A portfolio of architectural design work is required with the application to the M.ARCH. Track II (2-Years)
    • The portfolio of architecture design work should not exceed 15-20 pages (format PDF/ MP4, size limit 35 MB).
    • The portfolio of architecture design work should include work from a minimum of four design studio courses. Selected studio work should demonstrate the candidate's ability to integrate appropriate levels of design and technical content, with clear and appropriate presentation skills.
    • Applicants are also encouraged to include examples of creative work outside of studio coursework. These may include drawings, paintings, sculpture, performance, video, animation, and/or audio recordings, etc. Please identify each piece with a date, title, medium, and a brief explanation of the creative work and its context—academic project, work-related project, independent work, or research. For any team or collaborative projects please identify all participants and highlight their own contributions
ExamsTOEFL: 79


PTE: 53

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