By enhancing and promoting a regional focus that already exists in the school’s graduate curriculum, the Stackable Graduate Certificate in Architecture: Latin American Architecture allows graduate students to develop a comparative approach to architectural education and scholarship and equip them with tools to engage in the effect that globalization has on architecture and place more broadly. As a result, program participants will not only become experts in Latin American Architecture, they will also become better equipped to address the world’s most pressing issues regarding the built environment.

The stackable graduate certificate is open to any UT Austin degree-seeking graduate student and requires three classes (nine credit hours).

Select three courses from:
ARC 386M 20-Migratory Urbanism
ARC 388R 22-Cultural Landscapes - Ethnography Methods
ARC 388R 1-20th Century Latin American Architecture 
ARC 388R 22-Cultural Landscapes - Ethnography Methods
ARC 388R 23-Borderlands and Mexican Built Environment History
ARC 383T Local Development Planning in Latin America
ARC 383T Dominican Republic Practicum
ARC 380D Participatory Action Research
ARC 380D Practicum: Mexico
ARC 395C Mexican Architecture and Urbanism: From Pre-Columbian to Contemporary

For more information, contact the Graduate Program Coordinator.