CAA Architecture (MArch/MAAD) Virtual Session

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Wednesday, November 8, 2023 - 6:00pm to 7:30pm

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CCA's Master of Architecture (MArch) is a NAAB accredited STEM designated 2-3 year program (depending on experience) that focuses on digital craft, urban research and activism, ecological engagement, full-scale fabrication, and experimental history. The program prepares students to connect advanced architectural design with professional practice.

CCA's Master of Advanced Architectural Design (MAAD) is a STEM designated one-year program for advanced students and mid-career professionals with a previous professional degree in architecture. MAAD students choose from one of three areas of concentration: Urban Works, Digital Craft, and History/Theory/Experiments.

Irene Cheng, Chair of Graduate Architecture, is an architectural historian, critic, and educator whose work explores the relationship of architecture to culture, politics, and society. Click here Link opens an external site for a link to Irene's full bio.

Associate Chair Alex Schofield is an Oakland-based designer focused on the impacts of emerging technologies and material innovation on the built environment. Click here Link opens an external site for Alexander's full bio.