Joint Degree Programs
The School of Architecture is developing a series of interdisciplinary and joint degrees with other academic units at Tulane, including programs in Urban Studies, Architecture and Business, and Architecture and Social Work.
School of Architecture students may work toward two Tulane degrees simultaneously. Acceptance by both academic divisions and the approval of both deans is required. Dual degree students are expected to maintain a superior academic record.
Master of Architecture I with Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science
Students may elect to fulfill, in addition to the requirements for the Master of Architecture I, the requirements for a liberal arts or science and engineering degree, including the requirements for one of the majors offered by the Tulane School of Liberal Arts or the School of Science and Engineering. Students are required to complete a minimum of two semesters (30 credits) in residence in either school. It is advisable for students to elect this option early in their career so that elective courses can be used wisely. Advice on course work, distribution requirements, and major requirements for liberal arts and science degrees is available from the Dean’s office of the appropriate division.