COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGNGRADUATE HANDBOOKDraft Updated: August 2014
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGNGRADUATE HANDBOOKDraft Updated: August 2014Page 2COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGNGRADUATE HANDBOOKDraft Updated: August 2014CONTENTSOverview of the Graduate HandbookAcademic IntegrityEqual Opportunity StatementGRADUATE PROGRAM IN ARCHITECTUREOVERVIEWGraduate Program Administration and FacultyCurricular PathsConcentrations and CertificatesCurriculumPOLICIES AND PROCEDURESApplication Procedures and Admission RequirementsAdvising ProceduresAdvanced Standing and Course WaiversCourse Policies and Progression RequirementsAcademic Probation and ReadmissionThesis and Diploma RequirementsChecklist Summary: Benchmarks for Graduate Students (Semester by Semester)GRADUATE PROGRAM IN LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTUREGraduate Program Administration and FacultyAdmission Requirements and Application ProcedureDegree TracksConcentrations and CertificatesCurriculumAdvanced Standing and Course WaiversProgression Requirements, Academic Probation and ReadmissionCourse PoliciesThesis ProceduresSUPPORT: FELLOWSHIPS, GRANTS, SCHOLOARSHIPS, and GRADUATE ASSISTANTSHIPSApplication for Graduate AssistantshipsResponsibilities of Graduate AssistantshipsResponsibilities of FacultyAnnual EvaluationsSTUDY ABROADApplicationsSTUDIO CULTURE POLICYSTUDENT ORGANIZATIONS
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGNGRADUATE HANDBOOKDraft Updated: August 2014Page 3OVERVIEW OF GRADUATE HANDBOOKIn accord with established Graduate School Policies (See UTK GraduateCatalog), The College of Architecture and Design (CoAD) GraduateHandbook describes specific how these policies are carried out in theCoAD Graduate Programs of Architecture and Landscape Architecture.The intent of this handbook is to facilitate a more productive graduateexperience. The handbook has been prepared, in part, with theassistance of the college’s Graduate Studies Committee over the courseof the 2012-13 and 2013-14 academic years. It is constantly under review.The information contained in this handbook, including the list ofbenchmarks (semester by semester checklists) for each degree program,is provided as a guide and does not supercede any publishedrequirements by the Graduate School. Graduate students assume fullresponsibility for knowledge of all rules and regulations of the GraduateCouncil and departmental requirements for their degree program.A calendar of deadlines and policies and procedures for http://gradschool.utk.edu). The Hilltopics Student Handbook details thegeneral campus policies and procedures, standards of conduct,academic policies and procedures, and information about studentsupport, services, and organizations. For questions regarding Hilltopicscontactthe udents at(865)974-3179
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGNGRADUATE HANDBOOKDraft Updated: August 2014Page 4ACADEMIC INTEGRITYThe University of Tennessee standards and rules regarding academichonesty are clearly delineated in Hilltopics. See in particular, pages 12-22:http://dos.utk.edu/hilltopics/. All graduate students are responsible tolearn, and abide by these standards.In addition to the standards and procedures outlined in Hilltopics, theGraduate Programs of the College of Architecture and Design adds thefollowing stipulation:Once an investigation is initiated by faculty and/or administrators inregards to a breach of the university rules for Academic Honesty, astudent is not permitted to withdraw from the course(s) in question in orderto avoid the consequences of his/her actions.For addition information on Academic Dishonesty, c.php.EQUAL OPPORTUNITY STATEMENTThe University of Tennessee does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex,color, religion, national origin, age, disability or veteran status in provisionof educational programs and services or employment opportunities andbenefits. This policy extends to both employment by and admission to theUniversity.The University does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, or disability inits education programs and activities pursuant to the requirements of TitleVI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGNGRADUATE HANDBOOKDraft Updated: August 2014Page 51972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973,and the Americans withDisabilities Act (ADA) of 1990.The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, in its efforts to ensure a welcomingenvironment for all persons, does not discriminate on the basis of sexualorientation in its campus-based programs, services, and activities.Inquiries and complaints should be directed to the Office of Equity andDiversity.Inquiries and charges of violation concerning Title VI, Title IX, Section 504,ADA or the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) or any of theother above referenced policies should be directed to the Office of Equityand Diversity (OED), 1840 Melrose Avenue, Knoxville, TN 37996-3560,telephone (865) 974-2498 (V/TTY available) or 974-2440. If you have anyquestions concerning ADA accommodation(s), please contact the Officeof Equity and Diversity (OED).
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGNGRADUATE HANDBOOKDraft Updated: August 2014Page 6GRADUATE PROGRAM IN ARCHITECTUREGRADUATE PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTYChair of the Architecture Graduate ProgramDr. George DoddsContact: firstname.lastname@example.org or (865) 974-5267Director of Graduate Studies, Architecture Graduate ProgramDr. George DoddsContact: email@example.com or (865) 974-5267The CoAD Director of Graduate Studies is a full-time member of thefaculty who is a liaison among the UTK Graduate School, the CoAD andSchool of Architecture faculty, and the graduate students in the School ofArchitecture. The Director of Graduate Studies is available to advise andsupervise graduate students in matters including but not limited to: Graduate Catalog rules and regulations Graduate School and CoAD regulationsCurricula and DegreesThe Architecture Graduate program at the University of Tennessee offersthree distinct curricular options leading to two degrees: a Master ofArchitecture, and a Master of Science in Architecture (anticipated inspring 2015).Master of Architecture (M. Arch)The M. Arch is a NAAB-accredited, professional degree in architecturethat qualifies the graduate to sit for the Architectural Registration Exam.
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGNGRADUATE HANDBOOKDraft Updated: August 2014Page 7This 3.5 year degree path is open to students having successfullycompleted an undergraduate degree prior to matriculation, principallyfrom non-design backgrounds.Master of Architecture (M. Arch) Advanced StandingThe M. Arch. Advance Placement curricular path is appropriate forstudents with a four-year pre-professional degree in architecture (B.A.,B.S., etc.). The Master of Architecture Advanced Placement (M. Arch AP)requires a minimum of 60 semester hours of graduate coursework, takingapproximately two years of full-time study. A concentration within theprogram is optional. Thesis is optional.Students with a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science in Architecturecan petition for course waivers in the M. Arch AP curriculum. Petitions areconsidered on an individual basis. To comply with NAAB accreditationstandards, course waivers require full documentation of all coursework
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGNGRADUATE HANDBOOKDraft Updated: August 2014Page 8completed before matriculation including syllabi and work product. Thegranting of course waivers does not reduce the overall number of creditsrequired for graduation. Petitions forms can be found on the collegewebsite and should be submitted directly to the chair of graduatearchitecture.Master of ScienceThe Master of Science in Architecture (M.S. Arch.) is a research-oriented oradvanced design-oriented degree, requiring a minimum of threesemesters of full-time study (or 36 credit hours). It is open to all studentswith an undergraduate degree and is not limited to students who havecompleted undergraduate studies in an architecture or design-relatedprogram. This non-professional degree requires a thesis and provides
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGNGRADUATE HANDBOOKDraft Updated: August 2014Page 9opportunities for students to work directly with faculty engaged inresearch, scholarship, or practice. Each student must, in their application,identify a specific area of focus aligned with at least one of the existingconcentrations in the Graduate Architecture Program and the existingresearch interests of the standing faculty in the College of Architectureand Design.CONCENTRATIONS AND CERTIFICATESConcentrationsThe Graduate Architecture Program offers four concentrations thatrequire a minimum of 12 hours of graduate course work:1) Urban Design2) Sustainability3) Conservation and Stewardship
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGNGRADUATE HANDBOOKDraft Updated: August 2014Page 104) High Performance BuildingsFor additional information (including forms) on concentrations, pleaseconsult the college web site.CertificatesThe College of Architecture and Design offers a Certificate in ship,andHighPerformance Buildings Certificate programs are open to any non-degreeseeking applicant interested in focused advanced studies (both fromwithin the University of Tennessee system and external). Please consult thecollege website for additional information and application forms.AdvisingA critical part of being a graduate student is the recognition that, unlikeundergraduate education, a graduate student is wholly responsible andaccountable for being fully informed of all rules and regulations pertainingto advancement in his/her chosen program of study, including but notlimited to such items as registration for classes, and all deadlines postedby the UTK Graduate School pertaining to the regulation of thesisdocuments, the timeline for thesis defense, and application forgraduation. Information regarding these and other related issues arealways available for review on the UTK Graduate School website. Pleaseconsult with your advisor, or the chair of graduate architecture, with anyquestions.Advising:Program ChairSU:Summer Program
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGNGRADUATE HANDBOOKDraft Updated: August 2014Page 11Meet with Program Chair and Register for Fall classesAdvising:Program Chair/Assigned Faculty AdvisorYR1 FA:Meet with Program Chair and Register for Spring classesYR1 SP:Apply for School of Architecture Scholarships and GraduateArchitecture Program Graduate AssistantshipsMeet with Advisor/Register for Summer and Fall classesAssemble Master’s CommitteeYR1 SU:Practicum/International ExperienceAdvising:Master’s CommitteeYR2 FA:Meet with Master’s Committee/Register for Spring classesYR2 SP:Apply for School of Architecture Scholarships and GraduateArchitecture Program Graduate AssistantshipsMeet with Master’s Committee/Register for Summer and FallclassesEstablish Thesis Committee (see college website for furtherinformation and forms)YR2 SU:Practicum/International ExperienceAdvising:Master’s Committee (Diploma) / Thesis Committee (Thesis)
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGNGRADUATE HANDBOOKDraft Updated: August 2014Page 12YR3 FA:Meet with Master’s/Thesis Committee/Register for SpringclassesSubmit Admission to Candidacy Form (consult collegewebsite) to Graduate SchoolSubmit Graduation Application at MyUTKYR3 SP:Meet with Thesis Consultant for preliminary thesis documentformat reviewRegister for CoAD Hooding CeremonyDefend Thesis/Present Diploma ation/Defense of Thesis(Pass/Fail) Form and Approval SheetGraduationYR3 SU:Second Deadline for Thesis Submission (Consult GraduateSchool website)Note the following Graduate School rules regarding thesis defenses andwhat they refer to as “Final Exam.” In the Graduate Architecture Program,the Diploma Studio Project is equivalent to, and carries the samerequirements, of a “Final Exam.” Students in a Diploma Studio operate under a different set of rulesfor the completion of what the Graduate School refers to as the“final exam in lieu of thesis.” As a final exam, the final presentation
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGNGRADUATE HANDBOOKDraft Updated: August 2014Page 13of the Diploma Studio work must be successful on the first and onlyattempt. There is no second attempt possible. Should the studentnot pass, no further attempts are possible, no further course work ispermitted, and the candidate must resign from the program. Forinformation regarding appeals, please consult the Graduate Schoolwebsite.
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGNGRADUATE HANDBOOKDraft Updated: August 2014Page 14APPLICATION PROCEDURES AND ADMISSION REQUIREMENTSThe deadline to apply is February 01 and the review of applications willbegin on this date. Applications completed after February 01 may beconsidered, however, spaces are limited. Consideration for fellowships,assistantships, and scholarships is based on completed applications.(International Students: See Graduate School Website for additionalinformation.)M. ARCH ADVISING PROCEDURESAssigned Faculty AdvisorEach entering graduate student will be assigned a faculty advisor, whoserves in this capacity until the student forms the masters committee (seebelow). The responsibility of this advisor is to assist the student in planning aprogram of study to assure fulfillment of the degree requirements.Masters CommitteeThe Masters Committee is a committee composed of an Advisor and atleast two other committee members. The committee should be formed asearly as possible in a student’s program and no later the end of thesecond semester. The Advisor assumes the role of the Faculty Advisor withall the responsibilities therewith. If a student chooses to complete thedegree with a Diploma Studio, the Masters Committee remains theadvisory board until the end of the degree. Per graduate schoolrequirements, if a student is completing a minor in another college, atleast one committee member must be from that college. At any point astudent may elect to change the members of his/her committee,including his/her advisor. Please consult the Graduate School online
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGNGRADUATE HANDBOOKDraft Updated: August 2014Page 15catalog for further information. Forms are available on the College ofArchitecture and Design website.Thesis CommitteeStudents who elect to complete their degree with a thesis must establish athesis committee in order to be cleared to register for Thesis Preparation,ARC 580, by completing the Graduate School Admission to Candidacyform (consult Graduate School website) and complete the GraduateArchitecture Program thesis selection forms (see CoAD website).The thesis committee replaces the masters committee as the student’smain advisory committee. The thesis committee consists of at least three faculty members,typically all at the rank of Assistant Professor (inclusive of adjunctfaculty) or above. The Advisor must be from a candidate’s program. The two other committee members may be from outside thecollege, but from within the university. Candidates are encouraged to take advantage of the wide arrayof expertise and knowledge of all our faculty members to enrichand expand the discourse. Per UTK Graduate School requirements, if a student is completing aminor in another college, at least one committee member must befrom that college. Additional thesis faculty may incorporated into the working of thecommittee, formally or otherwise, but will not sign the thesisdocument. Only the advisor and the two committee members are
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGNGRADUATE HANDBOOKDraft Updated: August 2014Page 16signatories on the thesis document and all other UTK Graduateschool and CoAD Graduate Architecture Program required forms. The thesis advisor is responsible for the intellectual oversight of thestudent work, including the development of the thesis proposal,design and final document. Each student meets regularly with his/her advisor, typically on aweekly basis throughout the academic year. The full committeemeets as required. During the final semester, the full committeeshould meet no less than four times, including the candidate’sdefense. The candidate is responsible for all scheduling and beinginformed of all deadlines. A candidate may elect to change the composition of a thesiscommittee at any time. It is strongly advised that candidates discusssuch a change with the chair of the program, and if appropriate,with their advisor and committee members. Faculty will need tocomplete a UTK Graduate School form that verifies their willingnessto step down from a committee. See Graduate School web site forthe appropriate form. Thesis candidates have two opportunities to defend their thesis. Thetwo attempts are not limited to a single academic year. The precisetiming of one’s defense is a matter for consultation with one’s thesisadvisor and committee. However, the decision of when a defensetakes place rests solely with the thesis candidate. Moreover, inaccord with UTK Graduate School rules and regulations, as acandidate is limited to only two attempts to defend his/her thesis,should the second defense be unsuccessful, no further attempts are
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGNGRADUATE HANDBOOKDraft Updated: August 2014Page 17possible, no further course work is permitted, and the candidatemust resign from the program.ADVANCED STANDING AND COURSE WAIVERSAdvanced standing and course waivers are granted only after extensivereview of a student’s previous course work (from another university)including, but not limited to the course syllabus and the student’s workproduct. Following a meeting with the program chair, a student will needto submit their work to the chair, who will consult with the correspondingfaculty to determine whether or not the work meets the graduateprogram requirements. Students are encouraged to meet with the facultywho teach the course or courses in questions to discuss their coursewaiver. All submitted work/syllabi will remain on file for review byGraduate Program committee members and the NAAB.COURSE POLICIES AND PROGRESSION REQUIREMENTSRepeatability of CoursesIn general, graduate students are not permitted to repeat courses forcredit toward graduate requirements, but for the following instances.Graduate students are allowed to repeat different versions of the specialtopics classes (ARC 525; LAR 525) and they may enroll repeatedly inindependent study courses that are distinct in content (ARC 593; LAR 593).Finally, a student can register for the course entitled Thesis (ARC 500; LAR500) for up to 15 credits under this course designation throughout theiracademic career. Normally, a graduate student registers for 6 credits ofThesis (500) during the semester in which the thesis is to be submitted. Agraduate student must register for at least 3 credits of Thesis (500) duringthe semester in which the thesis is submitted. Only 6 credits of Thesis (500)
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGNGRADUATE HANDBOOKDraft Updated: August 2014Page 18count toward graduation requirements (see the section entitled “ThesisProgression” for further explanation).Academic Probation and Dismissal from the Graduate ProgramThe Graduate School requires that a student maintain a minimum 3.0grade point average.Failure to do so will result in being placed onacademic probation by the Graduate School.Students who receivethree grades of C or lower in three courses taken for graduate credit willbe placed on academic probation beginning in the semester in whichthe third grade of C (or lower) is received.Once a student is on probation, the individual must demonstrate that atleast a 3.0 average is maintained during each semester or the student willbe dismissed from the gr
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN GRADUATE HANDBOOK Draft Updated: August 2014 Page 3 OVERVIEW OF GRADUATE HANDBOOK In accord with established Graduate School Policies (See UTK Graduate Catalog), The College of Architecture and Design (CoAD) Graduate Handbook describes specific how these policies are carried out in the CoAD Graduate Programs of Architecture and Landscape Architecture.
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