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工程与应用科学

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哈佛大学

   硕士生项目

Master of Architecture

学年学制

3.5

学年学费

48,660美元

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录取要求

Individuals who have completed a four-year Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree in any field (architecture or other) are eligible for admission to the first term of the professional degree program. Preference for admission is given to applicants who have completed a balanced undergraduate education that includes study in the arts, sciences, and humanities. Four college-level, semester-long courses are specifically required as prerequisites for admission to the M.Arch-1 program: one semester of calculus; one semester of physics (algebra-based, covering mechanics and thermodynamics); and two semesters of history of architecture(together covering Renaissance through Modern periods at minimum). Applicants must achieve a grade of B- or better in each of these courses. Applicants who have scored a 4 or 5 on AP Calculus or AP Physics exams will be considered to have met these prerequisites only if their undergraduate transcript acknowledges the results by awarding institutional credit.

Preparation in the visual arts is desirable and may include drawing, sculpture, and/or graphics. Courses in the humanities, philosophy, literature, and economics are also recommended but are not required.

The Graduate School of Design offers a Pre-Core Workshop to incoming students, which is required for all entering Master in Architecture students without an undergraduate degree in architecture. The workshop may also be required or recommended for students whose portfolios demonstrate a need for more depth of knowledge with software used to design and represent architectural projects (for example, Rhino, V-Ray, AutoCAD, Illustrator, Photoshop). The workshop allows students to set up their computers, their GSD network accounts, and to familiarize themselves with the GSD’s Digital facilities prior to the start of classes. Most importantly, the workshop allows incoming students to gain a basic knowledge of the workflows and digital techniques used in the context of studios: 3D software basics, rendering basics, data-transfer from 3D software, output and model building techniques using CAD/CAM facilities. No academic credit is given for the workshop. Please refer to last year's syllabus for additional details.

申请材料清单

Gather Your Transcripts

Collect Three Letters of Recommendation

Have your GRE Scores Sent to the GSD

Have your TOEFL Scores Sent to the GSD

(International Students Only)

Edit your Resume

Write Your Essay

Prepare Your Portfolio

Recommended File Set-up

Video Requirements

Pay the Application Fee

Apply for Financial Aid

截止申请时间:

1月2日

专业介绍

Together with visiting design critics and theorists from around the world, architecture faculty and students explore a range of design investigations, expand knowledge, and confront the challenges of the contemporary built environment. Collaboration thrives in Gund Hall’s distinctive trays, five continuous tiers of open studio space.

The Department’s philosophy of design excellence integrates the imaginative and skillful manipulation of form, as well as the ability to draw inspiration from a broad body of knowledge. The architecture curriculum includes design studio, theory, visual studies, history, technology, and professional practice, with design as the central focus of instruction.

Gund Hall’s studio trays form both the physical and pedagogical core of the GSD experience, drawing together students and faculty from across the departments of architecture, landscape architecture, and urban planning and design. The creative, collaborative atmosphere of the trays is supplemented by Gund Hall’s advanced information infrastructure, media-enriched presentation spaces, vast library resources, and open access to fabrication technologies, enabling architecture students to develop, discuss, exchange, and materialize ideas through a comprehensive range of platforms and media. The student experience is further enriched by the School’s renowned lecture and public program series, exhibitions, and publications, as well as the resources available across Harvard University and the nearby Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Students in the Department of Architecture are integrated into an active network of internationally recognized designers, dedicated to addressing the changing needs of the modern world.

As new ways of thinking emerge in the profession of architecture, the field grows increasingly complex and requires new techniques of inquiry and design. For generations, the GSD has educated committed individuals who have assumed leadership roles in shaping the built environment. Today’s graduates in architecture continue this tradition by pioneering new design approaches to the challenges posed by contemporary society.

课程设置

  • FIRST SEMESTER
  • • 8 UNITSGSD 1101 First Semester Architecture Core
  • • 2 UNITSGSD 2121 (M1)Visual Studies
  • • 2 UNITSGSD 2122 (M2) Projective Representation in Architecture
  • • 4 UNITSGSD 4121 Buildings, Texts, and Contexts
  • • 2 UNITSGSD 6121 (M1) Environmental Systems I
  • • 2 UNITSGSD 6122 (M2) Environmental Systems II
  • SECOND SEMESTER
  • • 8 UNITSGSD 1102 Second Semester Core Studio
  • • 4 UNITSGSD 4122 Buildings, Texts, and Contexts
  • • 2 UNITSGSD 6125 (M3) Building Simulation
  • • 2 UNITSGSD 6126 (M4) Materials
  • • 4 UNITSGSD 6227 Structural Design I
  • THIRD SEMESTER
  • • 8 UNITSGSD 1201 Third Semester Core Studio
  • • 4 UNITSGSD 6123 Construction Systems
  • • 4 UNITSGSD 4223 Buildings, Texts, and Contexts
  • • 4 UNITSGSD 6229 Structural Design II
  • FOURTH SEMESTER
  • • 8 UNITSGSD 1202 Fourth Semester Core Studio
  • • 4 UNITSGSD 2223 Digital Media I or 2224 Digital Media II
  • • 4 UNITSGSD 6230 Cases in Contemporary Construction
  • • 4 UNITS Distributional or General Electives***
  • FIFTH SEMESTER
  • • 8 UNITSOption Studio**
  • • 4 UNITSGSD 7212 Foundations of Practice
  • • 8 UNITSDistributional or General Electives***
  • SIXTH SEMESTER
  • • 8 UNITS Option Studio**
  • • 12 UNITSDistributional or General Electives
  • Note: The department encourages students to take electives that support thesis interests during their sixth semester.
  • SEVENTH SEMESTER
  • • 12 UNITS GSD 9301 Independent Design Thesis
  • • 8 UNITSDistributional or General Electives
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