Architecture/Planning/Design dual-degree programs give students field-of-specialization advantage

Careers in architecture, planning, and design have become more and more interdisciplinary, enabling professionals to do more with their degrees than they ever dreamed. Architects are environmental engineers on sustainability projects, city planners act as sociologists when creating or evolving communities, and regional planners or designers are lawyers as they interpret code and history. In addition to learning about the interdisciplinarity of architecture, planning, and design degrees within program curriculum, Taubman College offers dual degrees within UM, ranging from College of Engineering to School of Public Health.

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Dual Degrees