Graduate programs in San Diego

Woodbury San Diego occupies a renovated warehouse in San Diego’s Barrio Logan district. Sited between downtown and the naval shipyards, the campus is a center of cultural and architectural activity in a diverse neighborhood populated by families, artists, and community leaders. Faculty and students play an active role in shaping the cultural and economic future of the area through events, workshops, and outreach. Because the school is in proximity to the Tijuana border, its programs address issues of contested landscapes, identity, and politics.

New Master of Landscape Architecture program

Our Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA) program in San Diego trains students to design for climate change and a transforming urban landscape. The curriculum is aimed at providing students with the intellectual and professional tools necessary to negotiate the contemporary cultural and ecological landscape, rapidly changing technology and emerging issues arising at the intersection of society and nature.

Scholarships & Financial Aid

Woodbury University has a long history of providing educational opportunities to qualified students from all types of economic backgrounds.


Woodbury University School of Architecture offers the following NAAB-accredited degree programs:

Master of Architecture (pre-professional degree + 63 graduate credits)
Master of Architecture (non-pre-professional degree + 93 credits)


Noted architect and Woodbury University educator Barbara Bestor, AIA, has received a 2015 National Honor Award for Interior Architecture from the American Institute of Architects (AIA). Browse our faculty profiles to get a sense of the diverse and innovative work they have been doing.


Join us at our Graduate Open House on our Burbank campus to learn more about the graduate degree programs offered at Woodbury School of Architecture. Meet our faculty and students, take a campus tour, and learn more about our curriculum.

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