Graduate Degree Program Summary
Graduate degrees offered
- M.Arch.*; M.S.
- Interior Design (M.S.)
- Architectural History and Theory
- Design and Gerontology (Interior Design Specialization only)
- Design Pedagogy and Teaching
- Digital Design
- Healthcare Design
- Hospitality (Interior Design Specialization and in residence only)
- Product Design (in residence only)
The College or Architecture also offers a Gerontology Certificate with an Interior Design concentration.
Distance Education Opportunities
- M.S. with Interior Design specialization
- Some courses for the M.S. with areas of study listed above
- Gerontology Certificate with Interior Design Concentration
Application checklist and deadlines
Required by the Office of Graduate Studies
- Application for Graduate Admission
- $50 non-refundable application processing fee
- One set of transcripts, uploaded to MyRED (see upload requirements)
- If your native language is not English: verification of English proficiency
- If you are not a US citizen and you expect to hold an F or J visa: financial resource information
See also: steps to admission.
Required by Architecture in GAMES
After you apply, allow one business day for us to establish your access to GAMES, where you'll complete these departmental requirements:
Application Deadlines for Architecture
|For Priority Consideration and Financial Assistance||Fall: March 1 Spring: November 1|
Graduate degrees in Architecture are for students who want to pursue a research-based career in architecture, such as teaching or research-based design work. The accredited professional degree (M.Arch.) is for students who want to become a professional architect.
The Master of Science is a research-oriented program. In addition to the specialization in Interior Design, students can pursue an area of study from a variety of options (the faculty areas of expertise are listed below). Applicants must have an undergraduate degree in architecture, interior design, or a closely related field.
The College of Architecture is headquartered in Architecture Hall. Constructed in the early 1890s and designated as the university library in 1894, Architecture Hall is the oldest and most distinctive of the occupied structures on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln City Campus. Architecture Hall provides students with an outstanding library and laboratories for computing, photography, woodwork, and metalwork.
Courses and MoreStudents in Architecture are most likely to take courses in:Course Catalog in the Graduate Bulletin.
Students will work with an advisor to create a Program of Studies or Memorandum of Courses during the first half of their coursework.
Faculty and research
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