The Master of Architecture (M.Arch) is a professional degree accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB). This degree is available to students with or without pre-professional degrees in architecture. The Department offers the following professional degrees:
Master of Architecture (non-pre-professional degree +
105 graduate credits)
Students with any undergraduate degree and no previous experience in architectural study follow the Professional Three-Year M. Arch Plan, consisting of 105 credit hours. It is typically completed in approximately three years.
Master of Architecture (pre-professional degree + 60
Students who have earned an undergraduate preprofessional four-year degree in architecture follow the Professional Two-Year M. Arch Plan, consisting of 60 credit hours. It is usually completed in two years.
Master of Architecture (72 undergraduate credits + 102
Students may also earn the M. Arch through the 175 credit hour track which begins freshman year with two years of pre-graduate coursework (72 credit hours) and concludes after an additional 102 credit hours of integrated graduate level credit hours taken over three or four years. Students will transition seamlessly between their pre-graduate and graduate study.
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