Admissions Requirements Application Deadline: All submissions happen via the software SlideRoom. Application to the Master of Architecture program at SAIC is open to students who have earned an undergraduate degree. Students should have taken one course in college-level algebra and one course in college-level physics to begin the Master of Architecture program.
Students have a maximum of four years from entry into the program to complete coursework and submit a final, approved thesis. This includes time off for leaves of absence. Students who have not submitted a finished thesis for review and approval by the end of the final semester of enrollment are given a Thesis in Progress grade IP.
All students with a Thesis in Progress grade IP will be charged the Thesis in Progress Fee in each subsequent full semester until the thesis is completed and approved and the grade is changed to Credit CR. If the statute of limitations is reached without an approved thesis, the grade will be changed to No Credit NCR.
A minimum of 30 credit hours must be completed in residence at SAIC. Up to six transfer credits may be requested at the time of application for admission and are subject to approval at that time. No transfer credit will be permitted after a student is admitted.
The program requires 36 credit hours, and each individual course is generally three credit hours. From the Graduate Seminars and additional courses in Art History, at least one course 3 credit hours must be taken from the list of courses designated 19th-century art history and at least one course 3 credit hours designated earlyth-century art history.
A list of courses that satisfies this requirement is available from the Department of Art History, Theory, and Criticism every semester.
Electives can be taken from the following departments and programs without additional approval from the Graduate Program Director: Graduate seminars and upper-level courses in departments other than those listed above may be allowed as electives, contingent upon prior approval from both the Art History Graduate Program Director and the course instructor.
Students have the option of taking up to three hours of credit through the co-op internship program. These credit hours can be taken as part of additional courses or electives, but internship credits never count toward the required number of seminar credit hours.
Full-time Status Minimum Requirement: Coursework in this specialization focuses on the production of knowledge, discourses, practices, and domains of objects that have been understood to fall under the broad category of design.
As with the MA in Modern and Contemporary Art History degree as a whole, seminars and research topics focus on the modern and contemporary periods.
Students following the Design History pathway will study the theories and practices of design and examine the conception, production, interpretation, and consumption of design.
Thesis topics should address the history and theory of design or architecture. Recent graduate seminars and courses in Design History include: Issues in Architectural History: History of Art and Design History 3 credit hours 4 graduate seminars level in Design History 12 credit hours Global Issues seminar level that focuses on art worlds outside of Europe and North America or focuses on Global Art Theory.
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