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The Master of Architecture (MArch) program at Parsons School of Design is a three-year NAAB-accredited professional degree for students holding a pre-professional undergraduate degree in architecture or a four-year non-architecture degree. New York City provides students with a comprehensive context in which to develop a critical voice, gain design-build experience, and explore architecture’s formal and sociopolitical dimensions.
Students design for sites of critical importance to New York City’s evolution and consider issues related to infrastructure, public space, housing, and other key matters at the forefront of dialogue about urban centers. In studios, they also address environmental challenges presented by sea-level rise and storm surge. The studio course sequence
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The application deadline is January 1. To be most competitive for admission and merit scholarship consideration, please apply before the deadline. We will continue to review applications submitted after the January 1 priority deadline pending space availability in the program. The Admission Committee will make a decision on your application only after all the required materials have been received. Spring term admission is not offered for this program.
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