Program Description

The Non-Thesis Master’s Program in Architecture aims to prepare graduates for all professional activities in the field of architecture at national and international levels. Spanning a wide range from the scale of the environment to the details and materials of architectural products, the program aims for students to encounter different design approaches evolving from the knowledge and equipment belonging to various specialized areas of architecture.

Acquiring competence in architectural design constitutes the essence of the program, and the workshops focus on problematics that encompass both the architectural profession and the environment as a whole. The rationale for the program’s establishment lies in students developing awareness of their roles within the architectural profession and being able to respond to architectural issues with an ethical stance.

In our program, courses are planned according to students’ career goals, ensuring they acquire skills that can be converted into job opportunities. They are supported in their close collaboration with academic advisors by providing theoretical knowledge through the courses in the program. Our graduates can work in all stages of architectural projects conducted in private design offices and public institutions.

Program Structure

The Non-Thesis Master’s Program in Architecture consists of a total of 10 courses and a term project, totaling 30 credits. The term project is non-credit and is graded as either pass or fail. The duration of the non-thesis master’s program is a minimum of two and a maximum of three semesters. Scientific preparation programs are not taken into account in the duration calculations. Periods in which the student does not enroll are included in the maximum duration.


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