Programs Offered

Masters in Architecture (Environmental Arch)

Our Master of Architecture (M.Arch) program is a degree designed for students who have completed their undergraduate studies in architecture or a related field. The program offers a rigorous and interdisciplinary curriculum that allows students to deepen their understanding of architectural theory, design principles, and technical skills, while also exploring specialized areas of interest.

How to apply

The application process has two stages:. At the Stage One, The aspiring candidate registers online and appears for ACET (ADYPU Common Entrance Test).

At Stage two, candidates are invited to the ADYPU campus for a Counseling Session and a personal interview. For MBA programs, candidates have to appear for Group Discussion and for Design programs candidates are required to give a Studio test. The students have to bring along with them the Statement of Purpose (SOP), certificates of extracurricular activities if any.


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The School of Architecture at ADYPU is committed to facilitating strong career prospects for its students. With a blend of industry collaborations, internships, and a focus on building versatile design portfolios, graduates are well-prepared for diverse roles in architecture, urban planning, interior design, and more. The school’s global exposure and alumni network further enhance placement opportunities, ensuring that students are ready to embark on fulfilling careers in the field of architecture.

Diverse Career Paths in Design

  • Architectural Design: The most traditional path, involving designing and planning buildings and structures for various purposes.
  • Urban Planning: Focusing on city and regional planning, ensuring sustainable development and efficient land use.
  • Interior Design: Specializing in the aesthetics and functionality of interior spaces, including homes, offices, and public venues.
  • Landscape Architecture: Designing outdoor spaces, parks, gardens, and green infrastructure to enhance the environment.
  • Sustainable Design: Addressing environmental concerns by creating eco-friendly, energy-efficient structures and systems.
  • Historic Preservation: Preserving and restoring historic buildings, ensuring their cultural and architectural significance endures.
  • Real Estate Development: Involvement in property development, including residential, commercial, and mixed-use projects.
  • Construction Management: Overseeing construction projects, from planning to execution, ensuring they meet design specifications and budgets.
  • Academia and Research: Teaching at universities or engaging in architectural research to advance the field’s knowledge.
  • Specialized Areas: Pursuing niche career paths such as healthcare design, hospitality design, exhibition design, or set design for the entertainment industry.
  • Project Management: Managing architectural projects from initiation to completion, including coordination and stakeholder communication.
  • Government and Policy: Involvement in public policy, urban development, and regulations related to building and infrastructure.
  • Consulting: Providing expert advice on architectural and design-related issues to businesses and organizations.
  • Entrepreneurship: Starting an architectural firm or a design-related business.
  • International Opportunities: Exploring architectural roles and projects in diverse global locations.