The Future Today
Enrichment. That’s the goal of the graduate program. Enrich your education and ultimately, society and the environment. As a graduate student, your role is to answer the challenges of tomorrow as you study and learn from the opportunities of today.
Course Location: Denver
The College’s administrative headquarters and graduate programs are located on UC Denver's Downtown Campus. This location provides easy access to the extensive campus facilities, professional design offices, planning firms and agencies at all levels of government.
The Master of Architecture is the college’s accredited professional degree for students intending to seek licensure as architects.
Historic Preservation is a forward-looking, design-based field that provides cultural continuity while seeking sustainable and creative solutions for our cultural resources and built environment.
Landscape architects focus on natural environments in and around parks, freeways and office buildings. They also plan wilderness areas and the reclamation of deteriorated landscapes.
Urban and Regional Planning students identify social needs, anticipate change and build sustainable communities that are properly fit to their natural surroundings.
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Urban Design focuses on the functionality and physical appearance and utilization of public space. In addition to architecture and planning, you will also be versed in political,economic and sociological aspects of urban design.
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