Master of Architecture (M.Arch)
Program Overview

The Master of Architecture program is designed for professionals who wish to deepen their understanding and enhance their skills in architectural design and planning. With a focus on sustainability and innovation, the program encourages advanced research and creative problem-solving to address the complexities of the built environment.

  • Duration: 2 years
  • Intake: 20
Fee Structure

Annual Fee: ₹1,75,000
Application Fee: INR 1,000/-

Eligibility Criteria

Applicants for the Master of Architecture must fulfill the requirements below:

  • Indian Nationality.
  • A Bachelor's degree in Architecture from a recognized university or institute..
  • An aggregate of 50% marks in the Bachelor of Architecture exams (45% for candidates from backward classes and persons with disability from Maharashtra State only).
  • Qualifying marks in MAH-M. ARCH-CET or equivalent entrance exams.

International students or those with OCI/PIO/FN status must reach out to the admissions office for specific guidelines and procedures.

Program Highlights
  • Fundamentals of Heat Transfer and Analysis Techniques
  • Design Strategies & Evaluation of Thermal Sustainable Development and Planning
  • Research and Profession Consortium - I
  • Environmental Design Studio - I (based on sub. Code nos. 101)
  • Elective I (Software Program I – Basic)
  • Fundamentals of Lighting, Day Lighting and Artificial Lighting
  • Analysis Techniques, Design Strategies
  • Environmental Policies & Legislations
  • Research and Profession Consortium - II
  • Environmental Design Studio II (based on sub. Code)
  • Elective I (Software Program II – Intermediate)


  • Professional Practice (60 Working Days)
  • Fundamentals of Aqueous and Acoustic and Analysis Techniques
  • Design Strategies and Evaluation of Energy Management
  • Research and Profession Consortium - III
  • Environmental Design Studio III (based on sub. Codes)
  • Elective III (Software Program II – Intermediate)
  • Environmental Architectural Project - Dissertation
  • Seminar / Conference