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ARCHITECTUREGRADUATE STUDENT HANDBOOKM. ArchMS. Arch—IO MS. Arch—D ECMS. Arch—HC MS. Arch—UBMS. Arch—EBT

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UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTUREContentsDEGREE REQUIREMENTS.1MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE (M.ARCH) III.1MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE (M.ARCH) II. 2MASTER OF SCIENCE IN ARCHITECTURE, INDEPENDENT OPTION . 3MASTER OF SCIENCE IN ARCHITECTURE, DESIGN ENERGY CONSERVATION .4MASTER OF SCIENCE IN ARCHITECTURE, HERITAGE CONSERVATION CERTIFICATE. 5MASTER OF SCIENCE IN ARCHITECTURE, URBAN DESIGN .6MASTER OF SCIENCE IN ARCHITECTURE, EMERGING BUILDING TECHNOLOGY . 7RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES.8DEPARTMENTAL STRUCTURE .9STUDENT PARTICIPATION IN DEPARTMENTAL MATTERS.9DEPARTMENTAL RESOURCES. 10FUNDING. 11GRADUATE ASSISTANT POLICY.12GRADE APPEAL PROCESS.15GRADUATE STUDENT ADVISING.17GRADUATE ACADEMIC STANDING, PROGRESS PROBATION. 18ANNUAL EVALUATIONS.20EXPECTATIONS FOR PUBLISHING.21COMPREHENSIVE EXAMS. 22INCOMPLETE POLICY.24EXPECTATIONS FOR FACULTY INTERACTIONS. 25GUIDANCE FOR MASTER’S THESIS.26ADDITIONAL POLICIES. 28pageiii

GRADUATE HANDBOOK

1UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTUREDEGREE REQUIREMENTSMASTER OF ARCHITECTURE (M.ARCH) III(summer 3 years)Recommended Sequence Of Courses97 credit unitsPartSummer IARC 510aDesign Studio I: Immersion4ARC 540aDesign Communication I3Total Summer I UnitsFor more information:Graduate Program CoordinatorAmy MoragaCAPLA Room 101amoraga@email.arizona.edu520.621.9819Program Chair (through May 2017)Associate ProfessorBeth m Chair (from June 2017)Associate ProfessorChris Trumblectrumble@email.arizona.edu520.626.6324FALL IARC 510bDesign Studio II6ARC 521aIntegrated Technology I3ARC 529Intro to the Built Environment3ARC 540bDesign Communication II3Total Fall I Units15SPRING IARC 510cDesign Studio III6ARC 521bIntegrated Technology II3ARC 533History Theory of Architecture II3ARC 526Site Planning and Analysis2ARC 527Architectural Programming2Total Spring I Units16FALL IIARC 510dAdvanced Studio I6ARC 521cIntegrated Technology III3ARC 531History Theory of Architecture II3ARC 540cDesign Communication III3Total Fall II Units15SPRING IIARC 510eAdvanced Studio II6ARC 521dIntegrated Technology IV3ARC 541Contract Documents3Elective #1Graduate Level Elective3Total Spring II Units15FALL IIIARC 510fAdvanced Studio III6ARC 909Master’s Project Prep3Elective #2Graduate Level Elective3Elective #3Graduate Level Elective (History/Theory)3Total Fall III Units15SPRING IIIARC 909Master’s Project6ARC 550cEthics and Practice2ARC 521eIntegrated Technology V3Elective #4Graduate Level Elective3Total Spring III Units147Total Program Required Units97page1

GRADUATE HANDBOOKDEGREE REQUIREMENTSMASTER OF ARCHITECTURE (M.ARCH) II(summer 2 years)Recommended Sequence Of Courses66 credit unitsSummer IARC 509aAdvanced Immersion Studio4ARC 509bAdvanced Immersion Seminar3Total Summer I Units7FALL IARC 510dAdvanced Studio I6ARC 521cIntegrated Technology III3ARC 529Intro to the Built Environment3ARC 540cDesign Communication III3Total Fall I Units15SPRING IARC 510eAdvanced Studio II6ARC 521dIntegrated Technology IV3ARC 541Contract Documents3Elective #1Graduate Level Elective (History/Theory)3Total Spring I Units15FALL IIARC 510fAdvanced Studio III6ARC 909Master’s Project Prep3Elective #2Graduate Level Elective3Elective #3Graduate Level Elective3Total Fall II Units15SPRING IIARC 909Master’s Project6ARC 550cEthics and Practice2ARC 521eIntegrated Technology V3Elective #4Graduate Level Elective3Total Spring II Units14Total Program Required Units70For more information:Graduate Program CoordinatorAmy MoragaCAPLA Room 101amoraga@email.arizona.edu520.621.9819Program Chair (through May 2017)Associate ProfessorBeth m Chair (from June 2017)Associate ProfessorChris Trumblectrumble@email.arizona.edu520.621.6741

UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTUREDEGREE REQUIREMENTSMASTER OF SCIENCE IN ARCHITECTURE, INDEPENDENT OPTION(MS.ARCH—IO)Recommended Sequence Of Courses35 credit unitsFALL IARC 601Research Studio6ARC XXXRequired Course #1 per plan approved by Advisor3ARC 597aResearch Methods3Total Fall I Units12SPRING IARC 900Graduate Research6ARC XXXRequired Course #2 per plan approved by Advisor3Elective #1Advanced Elective in ARC/LAR or relevant discipline 3Total Spring I Units12Fall IIARC 909 or 910 Graduate Master’s Report or Graduate Thesis 8Elective #2Advanced Elective in ARC/LAR or relevant discipline 3Total Fall II Units11Total Program Required Units 35For more information:Graduate Program CoordinatorAmy MoragaCAPLA Room 101amoraga@email.arizona.edu520.621.9819Program ChairAssociate ProfessorSusannah Dickinsonsrd@email.arizona.edu520.621.6736page3

GRADUATE HANDBOOKDEGREE REQUIREMENTSMASTER OF SCIENCE IN ARCHITECTURE, DESIGN ENERGY CONSERVATION(MS.ARCH—D EC)Recommended Sequence Of Courses35 credit unitsFALL IARC 601Integrative Graduate Region Studio6ARC 561dComputer Energy Analysis3ARC 561pEnvironmental Science Laboratory3Choice of Elective (ARC 597a, ARL 521c, ARL 565, more)3Total Fall I UnitsSPRING IARC 900Graduate Research StudioARC 561eSustainable Design & the LEED InitiativeARC 561qSpecial Topics in Architecture ResearchTotal Spring I Units1563312SUMMER IARC 561kEnergy and the Environment3ARC 561LEnergy Use in Buildings3Total Summer I Units6FALL IIARC 909 or 910 Graduate Master’s Report or Thesis8Choice of Elective (ARC 597a, ARL 521c, ARL 565, more)3Total Fall II Units8Total Possible 44Total Required35For more information:Graduate Program CoordinatorAmy MoragaCAPLA Room 101amoraga@email.arizona.edu520.621.9819Program ChairProfessorNader Chalfounchalfoun@email.arizona.edu520.621.6751

UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTUREDEGREE REQUIREMENTSMASTER OF SCIENCE IN ARCHITECTURE, HERITAGE CONSERVATION CERTIFICATE(MS.ARCH—HC)Recommended Sequence Of Courses38 credit unitsFALL IARC 597aResearch Methods3ARC 571fIntroduction: Conservation of Cultural Resources 3ANTH 540aCultural Resource Management3ElectiveHistory of the Built Environment*3Total Fall I Units12SPRING IARC 597jPLG 564ARC 900Total Spring I UnitsDocumentation Interpretation: Historic BuiltEnvironmentPreservation Planning IssuesGraduate Research12336SUMMER IANTH 505aIntroduction to Archaeological Conservation** 3Total Summer I Units3FALL IIARC 593Internship***3ARC 909Graduate Report ORARC 910Graduate Thesis8Total Fall II Units11Total Graduate Units 38For more information:Graduate Program CoordinatorAmy MoragaCAPLA Room 101amoraga@email.arizona.edu520.621.9819*History elective to be chosen in consultation with, and approved from, Heritage Conservation Coordinator depending on previous coursework. Historycredits could also be taken in Spring I depending on course availability. Suggested courses include:ARC 531- History & Theory of Architecture II: Renaissance to Early ModernWorld ArchitectureARC 533- History & Theory of Architecture III: Modern ArchitectureLAR 541- History & Theory of Landscape Architecture**May be substituted with ANTH/MSE 596a Special Topics: Materials Science ofArt and Archaeological Objects (Fall), ANTH 532a Chemical Characterizationfor Cultural Material (Fall), or IRLS 541 Preservation (Summer) with approvalof the Heritage Conservation Coordinator.*** Internship credits can also be taken in Summer I.Heritage Conservation CoordinatorAssistant LecturerGina 5

GRADUATE HANDBOOKDEGREE REQUIREMENTSMASTER OF SCIENCE IN ARCHITECTURE, URBAN DESIGN(MS.ARCH—UD)Recommended Sequence Of Courses36–39 credit unitsFALL IARC 601Integrative Research Studio6ARC 571sHistory/Theory of Architecture IV3ARC 597aResearch Methods3LAR 622Introduction to GIS4Total Fall I Units16SPRING IARC 900Graduate Research6Elective #1ARC/LAR/PLG/RED Elective3Elective #2ARC/LAR/PLG/RED Elective3Total Spring I Units12FALL IIARC 909 or 910 Graduate Master’s Report or Thesis8Elective #3ARC/LAR/PLG/RED Elective*3Total Fall II Units 11 (8)Total Possible 39Total Required36*Third elective not required, but encouragedElectives:CourseARC 540cARC 581fARC 597bARC 597RED 501PLG 501aPLG 568PLG 595aFor more information:Graduate Program CoordinatorAmy MoragaCAPLA Room 101amoraga@email.arizona.edu520.621.9819Program ChairAssociate ProfessorSusannah Dickinsonsrd@email.arizona.edu520.621.6736Course Title UnitsDesign Communications III3Biomimetics3Sustainable Urban Design3Urban Exploration3Introduction to Real Estate Finance 3Planning Theory and Practice3Transportation Planning3GeoDesigning Linkages3

UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTUREDEGREE REQUIREMENTSMASTER OF SCIENCE IN ARCHITECTURE, EMERGING BUILDING TECHNOLOGY(MS.ARCH—EBT)Recommended Sequence Of Courses35 credit unitsOption AFALL IARC 561iMaterials Properties3ARC 510xImmersion Studio6ARC 597aResearch Methods (EBT Seminar)3Total Fall I Units12SPRING IARC 900Independent Research6ARC 561jMaterials Modeling3Elective #1Graduate Level Elective3Total Spring I Units12FALL IIARC 909 or 910 Graduate Master’s Report or Thesis8Elective #2Graduate Level Elective3Total Fall II Units11Total Graduate Units 35Option BFALL IARC 561iMaterials Properties3ARC 540cDesign Communications III3ARC 597mMaterials Fabrication Intro3ARC 597aResearch Methods (EBT Seminar)3Total Fall I Units12SPRING IARC 900Independent Research6ARC 561jMaterials Modeling3Elective #1Graduate Level Elective3Total Spring I UnitsFor more information:Graduate Program CoordinatorAmy MoragaCAPLA Room 101amoraga@email.arizona.edu520.621.981912FALL IIARC 909 or 910 Graduate Master’s Report or Thesis8Elective #2Graduate Level Elective3Total Fall II Units11Total Graduate Units 35Program ChairAssistant ProfessorShane Smithshaneida@email.arizona.edu520.621.6736page7

2PartGRADUATE HANDBOOKRIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIESQualities of an Accomplished Graduate StudentSelf-Generative: Is a self-starter; does not wait to be told what to do; looksfor what is needed and undertakes it; is prepared for assignments, goingbeyond minimum deliverables to provide what is needed to advance thework.Inquisitive: Has a hunger for learning; looks beyond surface manifestationsfor cause and rationale; is interested in exploring topics to their conclusion;exposes self to new and unfamiliar work and ideas; consciously expandsskills and knowledge.Meta-Understanding: Interested in the order and rationale behindphenomena; appreciates that all knowledge comes with a point of view andso seeks to understand the source and context of information rather thanaccept it at face value; comes to studio critiques and reviews with selfassessment of the work (what works, what doesn’t, and why), and so learnsto be self-critical.Collegial: Respects and listens to others; realizes the importance ofcollective work and is able to defer a personal agenda for the good of thewhole; brings a mature, two-way, contributory relationship to peers andfaculty members; is able to find the best in others and work with others indeveloping work that is better than the sum of the contributors.Time Management: Is able to prioritize components in complex operations;has the discipline to work to a schedule; can maintain minimum sleep andhealthy habits during prolonged periods of work and stress.Academic IntegrityCAPLA students are expected to behave ethically and professionally,adhering to the CAPLA Professional Code of Conduct and the UA Code ofAcademic Integrity. The Dean of Students will advise students on questionsof process; the CAPLA Associate Dean hears cases of academic integrity.Witnesses to academic integrity violations are expected to report them andcooperate in proceedings. Privacy shall be protected to the extent allowedby law and with consideration for fairness. Retaliation against witnessesis prohibited and shall be treated as a violation of the Code of Conduct andapplicable University rules.

Part3UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTUREDEPARTMENTAL STRUCTURE STUDENT PARTICIPATION IN DEPARTMENTAL MATTERSThe School of Architecture is a community of faculty, staff, and studentswho work together for the good of the whole. Every member has a voice thatis welcomed, heard, and respected.The School operates under shared governance, meaning that members ofthe community have a say in decision making commensurate with their roleand contributions to the community. There are a number of ways GraduateStudents, individually or collectively, have a voice in shared governance:DirectorThe Director is available to students to address student concerns andsuggestions about the School that have not otherwise been addressed. For anappointment, email or visit the Architecture Office: arch@email.arizona.eduCommittee ParticipationStudents have representation on all School committees, except thoseinvolving promotion and tenure, including the Curriculum Committee andSearch Committees. Student leaders sit on the College’s Student Council.Students are encouraged to make their interest in serving on a committeeknown to the Director.Student OrganizationsThe SoA has four active student organizations that contribute to theeducational mission, social vibrancy, and collegiality among students.Students are encouraged to become members in these organizations and toactively participate in club activities and outreach: American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS), including Freedomby Design. US Green Building Council (USGBC) Tau Sigma Delta (GPA criteria for membership) Puente: the Hispanic Architecture Clubpage9

4PartGRADUATE HANDBOOKDEPARTMENTAL RESOURCESAll students have access to the School’s physical resources for degreerelated activities, including: Meeting facilities, design studios, computer lab, formal and informalreview spaces. A 9,000sf state-of-the-art Materials Lab, including Ceramics Lab,Concrete Lab, Digital Lab, Glass Lab, Helidon Lab, Laser Lab, MachiningLab, Metal Lab, Synthetics Lab, Wood Lab, CNC Machine Tools. Energy conservation facilities, including an outdoor thermal comforttest site with advanced instrumentation and state-of-the-art wirelesssensor technology, a boundary layer contractionless wind tunnel, andan Artificial Uniform Overcast Sky Simulator for daylight testing andphotometric measurements. Dedicated printing, plotting, and scanning technology.Policy On Field TripsThe School supports faculty-led field trips with limited funding for studentlearning activities.Trips: Out of StateFaculty: School pays trip cost, per University regulations.Students: School pays University fleet costs; otherwise students pay travel(gas, parking, food, and other costs). School may contribute to educationalcosts (e.g., admissions to institutions for educational purposes).Trips: In StateFaculty: School pays trip cost, per University regulations.Students: School pays University fleet costs and may contribute toeducational costs (e.g., admissions to institutions for educationalpurposes). Students pay gas, parking, food, and other costs.The M.Arch program typically runs out-of-state projects, which are visitedby studio, during M.Arch II (related to the Master’s Project).

Part5UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTUREFUNDINGRESPONSIBILITY-CENTERED UNIT WAIVERS (RC Waivers)(formerly Graduate Tuition Scholarships (GTS))RC Waivers are funds awarded by the School to students based on merit andare applied to the candidate’s UA account to defer tuition. Most awards aremade to entering students to help them get established; recipients shouldnot count on continued funding unless explicitly provided for in the offer ofadmission.To qualify students must be enrolled for a minimum nine graduate creditsin CAPLA with a minimum 3.0 GPA.As a condition of acceptance, students agree to:1.join and participate in one of the School’s committees or studentprofessional organizations, such as AIAS, USGBC-SG, Tau Sigma Delta,or Puente;2.attend and participate in all-School, year-level, and degree programmeetings for students; and3.realize that this award is an investment that should be re-invested withinterest when the graduate is employed as a result of this education.page11

6PartGRADUATE HANDBOOKGRADUATE ASSISTANT POLICYStudent Assistants work in support of the School in exchange for financialsupport.TermsSASTUDENT ASSISTANT: Student hired to assist in the operation of theSchool or College.GAGRADUATE ASSISTANT: A graduate student entitled to tuitionreduction, benefits, and salary. GAs may be one of three types: RA,TA, or HA.RARESEARCH ASSISTANT: A GA funded from a grant.TATEACHING ASSISTANT: A GA funded by the School or College tosupport a course or teaching activities.HAHOURLY ASSISTANT: A graduate or undergraduate student hired onan hourly basis without tuition reduction or benefits. (Also called a“Grader.”)ProtocolSAs are awarded by the Director according to the guidelines of this policy.Awards seek a balance between the functional needs of the School and therecruiting value and/or meritorious academic performance of qualifiedstudents.Course NeedCourses may be assigned SAs as a result of course size, teaching intensity,expertise needed, or special circumsta

ARCHITECTURE GRADUATE STUDENT HANDBOOK M.Arch MS.Arch —IO MS.Arch—D EC MS.Arch—HC MS.Arch—UB MS.Arch —EBT. . Graduate Program Coordinator Amy Moraga CAPLA Room 101 amoraga@email.arizona.edu 520.621.9819 Program Chair (through May 2017) Associate Professor

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