The College of Architecture houses three Masters programs and one Doctoral program: Master of Community and Regional Planning, Master of Science in Architecture, Master of Science in Architecture with Interior Design specialization and Doctor of Philosophy in Architecture.
Scholarships and Financial Aid
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln offers multiple scholarships, fellowships and assitantships for incoming graduate students through the Graduate Studies office. Click here to find out more about these opportunities.
The College of Architecture offers more than $90,000 each year in scholarships to students enrolled in our degree programs. Click here to find out more about how to apply.
A small number of research and teaching assistant positions are avaibale for the M.S. and M.CRP programs. Teaching assistant opportunities are also available for Ph.D. applicants. Each of these positions provides a tuition benefit and living stipend along with valuable classroom and research experience. Inquire with Michael Schuster if you are interested in learning more about these positions or would like to apply.
To be considered for all graduate scholarships, fellowships, assistantships or aid, students must complete their application by November 1 (Spring admission) or March 1 (Fall admission).