MIT

Architectural History

Master / Doctorate

MIT Graduate Program

Program Mission:

To approach the subjects of architectural history in a comprehensive manner and to get results through related research methods and systems; to provide ability to conduct an original research; to form documentation habits and discipline; to develop analysis and interpretation skills in the context of style, period, construction techniques, social contents; to provide skills of publishing and defending the results of scientific studies on international platforms. 

Program Vision:

To develop researches in the present and changing conceptual-theoretical fields of architectural  history; to conduct studies on the history of architecture’s main components from  structure and material to form and space; to do scientific research supported by land, building data and theoretical researches; to contribute to the production of information at national and international level.

Preconditions (Doctorate Program):

Required GPA: 2,55

Required Master GPA: 3

Required GPA For Directly PhD: 3,25

Required ALES: 55

Graduated Programs: Msc in  Architecture, Art History, Archeology, History, Interior Design, Landscape Architecture, Urban Planning, Structural Engineering

Preconditions (Master Program):

Required GPA: 2,55

Required ALES: 55

Graduated Programs: Architecture, Art History, Archeology, History, Interior Design, Landscape Architecture, Urban Planning, Structural Engineering

Research Areas
  • Ancient and Byzantine Architecture

  • Architecture of the Seljuk, Beyliks (Principalities), Ottoman and Republican periods with all the cultural references.

  • History and theory of modern architecture in Turkey and around the world.

     

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