Who are we?
Our Master positions classical, object-based history and theory as the basis for addressing contemporary issues, notably in cultural heritage and issues related to the health impacts of architecture, urbanism and public health. Our students have a background in architectural history, urban history, architectural and urban design, the spatial sciences, urban studies, and history with a specialization in architecture and urbanism. A highly valued quality of our Master is the opportunity it offers students to pursue their own interests by creating personalized tracks. The Master offers a number of elective courses and invites students to choose their own topics in the mandatory courses.