The Department of Architecture offers the Master of Architecture degree and the Master of Arts in Architecture degree. Whether you are a high school graduate, possess a 2- or 4-year college degree, or have a professional degree in architecture, our architecture program offers customizable tracks that range from 1 year to 6 years.
Interested in applying?
We look forward to having you join our exciting program! Anyone, from freshmen applicants, to students with AA degrees, to students who have baccalaureate degrees in any field can enter the Master of Interior Architecture program.
Here is how to apply….
- Freshman: High school students wishing to apply to the accelerated Master of Architecture program.
- Transfer Students: Community College students with AA degrees in Architecture wishing to apply to the Master of Architecture program.
- Three-Year Track: Candidates with Bachelor degrees in non-architectural design fields or candidates with foreign degrees.
- Two-Year Track: Candidates who possess a four-year non-professional baccalaureate degree in architecture from a NAAB-accredited institution (the Bachelor of Arts in Architecture or the Bachelor of Science in Architecture)
- MAA One-Year Track: Candidates that are interested in a post professional degree program that enables students to pursue advanced studies in three areas: theory, applied research, and special topics in design practice. Individual areas of concentration are pursued through course work and independent study.
- History, Theory and Criticism Graduate Certificate: The Graduate Certificate in the History, Theory and Criticism of Architecture offers exceptional students enrolled in degree programs in the School of Architecture and the university community a chance to follow a rigorous course of study in history, theory and criticism, including a required seminar devoted to research methodologies.