The complexity of modern structures requires the design and supervision of both architects and structural engineers. The growing inter-reliance of these two disciplines creates a demand for professionals capable of viewing a possible structure both as an architect and as a structural engineer. The concurrent M.Arch. and M.S. Structural Engineering program offered by the Department of Architecture and the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Division of Structural Engineering, Mechanics, and Materials enables students to obtain this valuable combination of professional disciplines with up to 24 fewer units than if the two degrees were pursued separately.
See Structural Engineering, Mechanics and Materials Detailed Program Requirements for information on admissions and prerequisites.
See Graduate Admissions — Apply — Concurrent Programs for information on how to apply to the concurrent degree programs.