The Master of Science without thesis program provides the students with an expertise in current and emerging issues in the field of Architecture. Organized through theoretical courses and supported with seminars by guests and field studies, the education aims to engender an intellectual, ethical and supportive learning and collegial environment that foregrounds information exchange between scholars and to cultivate research-based design approaches that embrace state-of-the-art techniques and technologies across related disciplines.
Master of Science in Architecture (without thesis) degree is awarded to students who successfully completed four compulsory and seven elective courses with a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of not less than 3.00/4.00.
The graduates of the program become better equipped with knowledge and competence in a certain subject. This provides students a better employment opportunity than graduates of the undergraduate degree. Students have a wide range of opportunities to choose from the private or the public sector. The former includes various governmental offices, while the latter provides a wider range including construction companies, design offices, construction sites or producers and marketers of building materials.