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The Master track History and Theory of Architecture and Urbanism, which is part of the Master program of the Department of History of Art, Architecture and Landscape, included courses that focus on classical architectural and urban history and theory. Elective courses are part of the program and allow students to either specialize in either classical history and theory, architecture and urbanism as cultural heritage, the health impacts of architecture and urbanism, or a combination. The program is offered in the English language only. 

Students who want to enroll in this Master track should contact the Admissions Office. 

 Master History and Theory of Architecture and Urbanism

The program is comprised by the following courses 

Urban history: origins of the Healthy City 10 ECT 
 Methods and Theory of Architecture and Urbanism + Excursion 10 ECT
Architectural History and Cultural Heritage 10 ECT
Master Thesis  20 ECT 
Intership 10 ECT