The School of Architecture and Urban Planning provides focused courses of study in a variety of areas that lead to a Certificate or Transcript-Designated Concentration. These certificates or concentrations provide a directed study for those seeking to strengthen their major with a secondary themed area of interest. Certificates include Urban Planning at the undergraduate level, and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) at the graduate level. Within the M.Arch Program, students can complete a transcript-designated concentration in Ecological Design, Preservation Studies and/or Real Estate Development. MUP students can pursue a transcript-designated concentration in GIS and/or Real Estate Development.
Certificate in Architecture – UW-Milwaukee - UW Madison partnership
UW-Milwaukee -School of Architecture and Urban Planning in partnership with UW-Madison College of Engineering On-Line/Hybrid will offer a Certificate in Architecture. The Certificate will complement majors in Engineering, the Arts, Design Studies, Urban Planning, Landscape Architecture, Graphic Design, Communication, Theatre Design, Art History…
Minor in Architecture – UW- Milwaukee
UW-Milwaukee -School of Architecture and Urban Planning offers a Minor in Architecture. The Minor complements majors in Engineering, the Arts, Design Studies, Urban Planning, Graphic Design, Communication, Theatre Design, Art History…
Undergraduate Certificate In Urban Planning
The Department of Urban Planning offers UWM undergraduate students the opportunity to obtain a Certificate in Urban Planning. The intent of the program is to recognize those students who obtain a thorough introduction to urban planning through specialized undergraduate coursework. Courses provide students with an understanding of many of the most important problems facing urban society and help prepare students for a variety of careers and graduate study. A cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better and a total of 18 credits from designated courses are required.
Graduate Certificate in Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
GIS is used to manage and analyze spatial data for a broad range of business and public uses. Public health offices study the spatial patterns of infectious disease outbreaks; market researchers study the demographics of areas before introducing a new product to an area; educators study geographic data to recommend building new schools or closing others. In short, if where is a critical component of a problem, GIS is critical for finding a solution.
Transcript-Designated Concentration In Real Estate Development
The concentration in real estate development provides a focused course of study for Master of Architecture or Master of Urban Planning students who wish to pursue careers in real estate development in combination with professional architectural practice or work with a private or public developer. Students must complete a minimum of 21 credits from designated courses.
Transcript-Designated Concentration In Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
The Department of Urban Planning provides a focused course of study in geographic information systems. This concentration provides the skills and experience needed by professional planners to develop and use spatial analysis technology in both public and private organizations to improve their service delivery, management, and policy planning activities. Planning students learn state-of-the-art skills for using and analyzing data spatially in planning for improvements in transportation, housing, economic development, environment, natural resources, and related fields.
Transcript-Designated Concentration In Ecological Design
The Department of Architecture provides a focused course of study in ecological and sustainable design. This concentration provides students with the tools to design buildings to be carbon neutral as well as resource-conserving and environmentally non-polluting. Students wishing to pursue this concentration must be enrolled in the Master of Architecture program and must complete a minimum of 21 credits from designated courses.
Transcript-Designated Concentration In Preservation Studies
A concentration in preservation studies provides a focused course of study for Master of Architecture students who wish to pursue careers in historic preservation in professional architectural practice or in governmental preservation agencies. Students must complete a minimum of 21 credits from designated courses.