The program aims to train researchers who do not have a professional degree in architecture, to lead original research pertaining to their fields in architecture and urbanism.
Students with a four-year bachelor’s degree in architecture (BSc), social sciences, humanities, landscape architecture, engineering, sciences or the arts must take advanced courses for 24 credits and complete a thesis for 20 credits, or take advanced courses for 32 credits and complete a capstone paper for 12 credits.
Students with a three-year bachelor’s degree must take advanced courses for 30 credits and complete a research thesis for 20 credits, or take advanced courses for 38 credits and complete a capstone paper for 12 credits.
Students with a four-year bachelor’s degree in Engineering and Sciences (with the exception of Architectural Sciences), must take 10 credits of prerequisite courses in Architecture certification studies. Students with a four-year degree in social sciences, humanities and the arts must take 15 credits of prerequisite courses in Architecture certification studies, of which up to 6 credits of Bachelor-level courses. Students with a three-year degree in these fields must complete 20 credits of prerequisites. Additional prerequisite courses may be required, depending on the student’s background.
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The program accepts students with a bachelor’s degree in Architectural Sciences, Landscape Architecture, engineering or sciences, with an excellent academic record (grade point average of 85 or above), and students with a bachelor’s degree in social sciences and humanities who ranked in the top 15% of their graduating class.
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Keren Steger, Graduate Studies Coordinator, Amado Building 312, +972-4-8294285, firstname.lastname@example.org