Programs of study - Faculty of Architecture and Fine Art
The master's program in Architecture is a five-year program. The education is based on learning by assignments or projects. Ordinary lectures are held in the more typical knowledgebased courses. The first three years are equal for all the students. The last two years, the students can choose among the courses offered at the faculty or other specialist environments at NTNU relevant to the architect education. The last term the students are working with their master's thesis.
The study program of Fine Art is divided in two parts – one bachelor program (three years) and one master's program (two years). The program gathers the traditional techniques of painting, drawing, sculpture and graphics with new intermedia-techniques. The education emphasises development of creativity and to put artistic processes in to a theoretical context. The Master's program is an International study program, and is taugt in English.
The master's program in physical planning is an interdisciplinary program and is offered to candidates with a bachelor degree in for instance land-use planning, engineering, art and design, logistics, social science, ecology, economy, administration, management and pedagogy. The master program provides competence within areas like planning design, planning processes and planning management. This is a two year program.
The master's program is interdisciplinary and is a result of collaboration between the Faculty of Architecture and Fine Art and the Faculty of Engineering Science and Technology. The main focus of the study program is development and management of buildings, estates and infrastructure, and it comprises organising, technical and economical conditions. Interdisciplinary work, totality and life-cycle perspectives connected to transformation of existing urban areas, neighbourhood and buildings is emphasized.
The master program is an offer to candidates with different backgrounds in planning. The study is based on interdisciplinary project courses.
Participants in the international MSc programme for Sustainable Architecture will learn to identify and apply the correct measures and resources to design high-quality, cost effective architecture that contributes towards achieving a zero emission built environment.
- Master of Sustainable Urban Transitions
The Nordic Master Programme in Sustainable Urban Transitions (NMP SUT) has been developed in an alliance between the five leading technical universities in the Nordic countries. The program offers anyone with a Bachelor's degree or equivalent in architecture, civil engineering, landscape architecture, planning or social studies. The teaching language is English. The program involves two semesters studying at one of the five universities and the next two, including the thesis, at another. You will receive a double Master's degree, one from each of the two universities. You can choose from the following study tracks: Human Oriented Transitions, Area Based Transitions, Urban Ecology, Transitions of Urban Structures and Urban Regional Transitions.