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MScArchitect: Architecture and building(ISCED 58)

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Overview

The Master of Architect is offered to students who want to acquire the skills and
knowledge needed to practice architecture professionally. The programme
consists of two years of study, based on design studios, including both individual
and team-work. Our aim is to create a student-centred environment, where peerto-
peer learning is realized via the interaction of students, expert academics and
design professionals. The curriculum is structured on a series of Design Studios
to provide students with an experience in architectural design, integrated with
classes that bring an understanding of arts and crafts, building technology,
sustainability, architectural heritage, urban theory and design. International
workshops play a significant role within our educational programme, by
widening the professional network of our students as well as introducing them to
real-scale building experiences.

Contact:
Dr Bach Péter
associate professor
bach.peter@sze.hu

Programme structure

The total number of credits needed to complete the programme is 120 credits. The courses of the programme are divided into the following categories: compulsory courses (Design Studios and Architectural Theory), elective courses in professional knowledge (Visualisation, Architectural Construction and Engineering, Urban Design, Creative Skills Development, Arts and Culture, Structural Design) and elective courses in additional disciplines (Humanities and Social Sciences, Natural Sciences, Economics and Law). With the chosen specialisation students receive a basic subject package and are free to structure their own curricula according to their interests. 1 credit equals one ECTS credit, and 1 credit is defined as 25 student working hours.

Career opportunities

The Master of Architect is offered to students who want to acquire the skills and
knowledge needed to practice architecture professionally. The programme
consists of two years of study, based on design studios, including both individual
and team-work. Our aim is to create a student-centred environment, where peerto-
peer learning is realized via the interaction of students, expert academics and
design professionals. The curriculum is structured on a series of Design Studios
to provide students with an experience in architectural design, integrated with
classes that bring an understanding of arts and crafts, building technology,
sustainability, architectural heritage, urban theory and design. International
workshops play a significant role within our educational programme, by
widening the professional network of our students as well as introducing them to
real-scale building experiences.

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Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States