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The Master in Architecture is a professional degree in Architecture that allows licensed architects to move into a higher level of education. It will engage students in various global practices through a foundation in creating and conceptual thinking.

Master in Architecture

The Master in Architecture is a professional degree in Architecture that allows licensed architects to move into a higher level of education. It will engage students in various global practices through a foundation in creating and conceptual thinking.

This program prepares graduate students with diverse disciplines and backgrounds for careers in architecture. The areas of expertise in Master of Architecture include Construction and Design Management, Housing and City Planning and Advanced Building Design.

Foundation Courses

  • Research Methods
  • Environmental Design
  • Applied Statistics for Research
  • Environmental, Energy and Technology Management
  • Optimization Techniques

Major Courses

major in Construction Management

  • Advanced Construction Method
  • Project Management
  • Quantitative Management
  • Total Quality Management
  • Construction Safety Management
  • major in Community Planning

  • Material Resource Management
  • Financial Management
  • Current Issues and Trends (in Community Architecture/ in Construction Management)
  • Technical Research
  • Field Exposure, Seminar and Exhibit

Cognate Courses (9 Units)

  • Material Resource Management
  • Financial Management
  • Current Issues and Trends (in Community Architecture/ in Construction Management)
  • Technical Research
  • Field Exposure, Seminar and Exhibit

Other Requirements

  • Architectural Thesis
  • Life of St. John Baptist De La Salle
  • He is a graduate of BS in Architecture who passed the Architecture Licensure Examination.
  • He must have an undergraduate general average of 1.75 or 80 %.
  • Applicants having a general average below 1.75 or 80% may be admitted provided that,
  • a. a score of AVERAGE or higher shall be obtained in the Overall IQ Test administered by the University and
    b. Upon the GS Director or Dean's approval, he is on PROBATIONARY status and is required to maintain a grade of 3.0 in all subjects taken.
  • He must pass the admission entrance examination to be administered by the university and interview conducted by GS Director or Dean.

Documentary Requirements for Filipino Citizens / Local Students:

  • Filled out Application Form
  • Photocopy of duly certified Transcript of College Records (with the remarks COPY VALID FOR DLSUD or FOR GENERAL PURPOSES or FOR FURTHER STUDIES)
  • a. Original TOR (for presentation)
    b. Photocopy of TOR (for DLSUD alumni only)
    c. Honorable Dismissal (If TOR is not available)
  • Two (2) passport size pictures
  • Photocopy of College/ Master's Diploma
  • *Present the original College/ Master's diploma
  • Photocopy of NSO Birth Certificate
  • Photocopy of NSO marriage Certificate – for female applicant only
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Two (2) Letters of Recommendation from employer/ immediate supervisor or former professor*
  • Certificate of Employment

Documentary Requirements for Foreign Students:

  • Filled out Application Form
  • Photocopy of duly certified Transcript of College Records (in English translation and duly authenticated by the local Philippine Embassy)
  • *Present the Original TOR
  • Two (2) passport size pictures
  • Photocopy of College/ Master's Diploma (in English translation and duly authenticated by the local Philippine Embassy)
  • *Present the original College/ Master's Diploma
  • Photocopy of authenticated birth certificate in native language, with English translation.
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Two (2) Letters of Recommendation from employer/ immediate supervisor or former professor*
  • Certificate of Employment
  • Photocopy of student visa and passport

Reminders:

  • Submit the following documents in two (2) sets (for CEAT GS Office and Admissions Office).
  • Submit the 2 Letters of Recommendation to CEAT GS Office only.
  • Foreign applicants should submit a photocopy of the official receipt of payment of foreign student's fee.
  • Applicants who will take the entrance examination must present the receipt to the Student Admissions Office.
  • Foreign applicants must pass the English Proficiency Test.

A graduate student is considered excluded from the program if he/she

  • has not renewed his/her LOA for a year
  • fails to complete three (3) or more IN PROGRESS (IP) or No Credit subjects, or
  • fails to achieve the minimum passing grade in three (3) subjects.