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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 spans two semesters, which are divided in two parts:
I  A  September- November
I  B  November – January
II A  February – April
II B  April – June
I AOrigins of the Healthy City Mandatory 5 ECT Contents
I A An Encyclopedia of TypologiesMandatory5 ECT Contents
I ACapita Selecta: History and recent trends in the
Architecture of Hospitals and psychiatric clinics
Elective5 ECT Contents
I A The City Reflected in Art, Literature and the CinemaElective5 ECT Contents
I APlanning TheorieElective5 ECT Contents
I ACity Matters: Urban Equality and Social JusticeElective5 ECT Contents
I B Origins of the healthy City IIMandatory5 ECT Contents
I BCapital Selecta: Housing and Care for the Elderly Elective5 ECT Contents
I BCivic CultureElective5 ECT Contents
I BExpressionism in Architecture and Urbanism Elective 5 ECT Contents
I B Cultural HeritageElective 5 ECT Contents
II A InternshipMandatory10 ECT Contents
II AExcursion AbroadMandatory5 ECT Contents
II ARevitalizing NeighborhoodsElective5 ECT Contents
II BThesisElective15 ECT Contents
II BLiving Lab Sustainable PlacesElective5 ECT Contents