Masters in Arts, Design & Architecture



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Architecture is closely connected to other disciplines like Arts and Design. Its place is very important in human history and anthropology, considering we each inhabit the big structures that our ancestors built and created. With ties to Construction Engineering, Graphic Design, User Experience Design and Arts, Architecture is an eclectic and important Bachelor’s or Master’s degree.

Architects need an eye for beauty, utility and, lastly, durability. What use is it to make a beautiful library, if you make plans to build it underwater?

Some of the courses Architecture students will gain access to are:

• Analysis of Contemporary Architecture
• City Design and Development
• Urban Design Policy
• Residential Design
• Green Construction

Also, the multitude of careers Architecture graduates have their fingertips on range wildly. These could be:

• Advertising Designer
• Architectural Engineer
• Architectural Historian
• Home Designer
• Naval Architect

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M.Sc. Architecture

The MArch in Architecture programme at Yasar University aims to provide specialization in design and formation of spaces to graduates of the department of architecture. It also aims at a high level of competence in implementation, as well as design and in contemporary CAD-CAM technologies.

Master Architecture

Graduate program in Architecture at Bahcesehir University intends to develop and deepen knowledge of the students in architecture to higher levels of professional competence based on Bachelor level qualifications; to give students an understanding in scholarly research; to develop ability to conduct and communicate studies individually and ability to enhance lifelong intellectual growth.