Degree project - Architecture or Sustainable Urban Design
The 2-year Master’s programmes in Architecture (MARK) and Sustainable Urban Design (SUDes) are both concluded with a degree project, to be completed within the following 30-credit course:
- AAHM10: Degree Project in Architecture (Masterexamensarbete i Arkitektur)
- ASBM01: Degree Project in Sustainable Urban Design (Masterexamensarbete i Hållbar Stadsgestaltning)
The degree project constitutes a further deepening within your specialisation in MARK: Advanced Architectural Design, Human Shelter - Urban Spaces or Spatial Experiments or in SUDes: Sustainable Urban Design.
The degree project should conclude the programme. On the Lund University Student Portal, you can make sure you have studied all the courses from semester 1-3 (at least 76 credits), which, in addition to the thesis, must be included in the architectural degree.
Lund University Student Portal
In the degree project you must demonstrate the ability to apply and collate the knowledge and skills you have acquired in the main areas of the Master’s programme. You choose the theme/topic/focus yourself. You must, within the given time frame, show your ability to critically identify, manage and problematise complex issues, using adequate methods and/or theories, independently and creatively implement and evaluate advanced creative tasks within your own programme of work, as well as communicate and discuss your work and its underlying issues, ideas, knowledge and arguments. In addition to the project work, the degree project includes a presentation at a mid-seminar and at a public occasion, exhibition of the project, opposition at another student's presentation, and a report, which must be archived and posted on LUP Student Papers (Lund University's database of degree projects).
Workflow and Summary of activities
You can find the Workflow document at the Department of Architecture and Built Environment website The page is in Swedish, but the infobox containing the file is in English.
Department of Architecture and Built Environment's website
The Summary of Activities form is now digital and will be visible online after you have been approved to start your degree project. Note, it might still be stated at some webpages that the form must be printed and signed, please disregard such information.