ACADEMICS

Dual Degrees

Undergraduate Programs

Undergraduate students in the School of Architecture may pursue 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. Please contact theĀ Assistant Dean for Academics and Advising for more information.

Graduate Programs

Graduate students may pursue a Master of Architecture degree in conjunction with a Master of Sustainable Real Estate Development or Master of Science in Historic Preservation.

Graduate students may also pursue a dual Master of Sustainable Real Estate Development and Master of Business Administration, typically with in a total of 2-years (five semesters of course work). Please contact the Director of Real Estate Development for more information.

Professional Master of Architecture + Master of Sustainable Real Estate Development

Professional Master of Architecture (Adv. St.) + Master of Sustainable Real Estate Development

Professional Master of Architecture + Master of Science in Historic Preservation

Current students completing the old MPS degree should refer to this curriculum sheet.

Professional Master of Architecture (Adv. St.) + Master of Science in Historic Preservation

Current students completing the old MPS degree should refer to this curriculum sheet.

The Tulane Master of Business Administration/Master of Sustainable Real Estate Development degree is a two-year, five-semester program