Master of Architecture

The Master of Architecture (M.Arch.) program is for students who intend to become licensed architects. The two-year professional Master of Architecture builds on the four-year pre-professional B.S. in Architecture degree currently in operation—or its equivalent from other institutions.

The Master of Architecture is a professional degree (a minimum 52 semester hours of credit) program that revolves around the concentrations of digital media in design and practice, urban and community design, and architectural history and historic preservation. These concentrations integrate entrepreneurial theories and strategies to advance architectural design and practice. An important feature of the program is the Applied

Entrepreneurship which requires an internship in an organization with significant ongoing entrepreneurial initiatives.

Additional information about the Master of Architecture program is found under the heading of Architecture and Environmental Design in the Graduate Programs Offered section of this catalog.