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CHAIR OF THE DEPARTMENT:
Professor Kathryn Smith
DIRECTOR OF GRADUATE STUDIES:
Clinical Professor Mosette Broderick
M.A. study room; meeting rooms, computer labs, social spaces, and collections at NYU-London at Bedford Square. Specialized materials available at The Architectural Association, University Library, London, and NYU Bobst Library electronic collections.
Master of Arts in Historical and Sustainable Architecture
For admission, students must meet all standard Graduate School requirements, plus submit a writing sample. The M.A. program consists of 32 points of graduate work as detailed in the course descriptions below. The M.A. is comprised of a standard curriculum, with no elective courses. All students complete a thesis based on original research in the field, under the supervision of a faculty adviser. Theses take the form of a paper or report with supporting documentation, images and notes. Research may consist of archival investigation and/or fieldwork, and may include personal interviews, site reports, and condition assessments.