Department of New Jersey School of Architecture

Degree Programs

The School of Architecture educates students to assume positions of responsibility and leadership in the architectural and design professions. With an emphasis on studio design, the curriculum is reinforced by courses in history, building science, aesthetics and design, and social concerns. A diverse faculty brings its expertise to bear on issues of architecture, design,  technology, and culture and challenges students to prepare for their productive years as practitioners, scholars and researchers.

Undergraduate Majors

Graduate Degree Programs


Dual Degrees

CoAD has established the following dual degree programs, both within the College and with other NJIT Schools/Colleges. These degree programs permit students to obtain their selected architecture degree (B. Arch., M. Arch.) with an additional Masters degree, often in substantially less time than if pursued separately.

  • Master of Infrastructure Planning (College of Architecture and Design)
  • Master of Science in Civil Engineering (Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering)
  • Master of Science in Management (School of Management)
  • Master of Business Administration (School of Management)