Program Information

Our graduate program provides the skills and knowledge specified for graduate study in architecture and is fully accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB). Our program responds to and aligns with the evolving nature of professional practice. Collaborative work environments prize critical thinkers, problem-solving team players, builders and leaders with excellent communication skills. Recognizing that the practice of architecture is now global, we provide students with international perspectives and experiences giving them a competitive edge when they enter the profession.

If you have a pre-professional undergraduate degree in architecture or a related design field, you may receive advanced-standing credit for your previous coursework and can expect to complete your Master of Architecture (M Arch) degree in about two years.

If you have an undergraduate degree that is not a related design degree, you should plan on up to 3½ years to earn your Master of Architecture (M Arch) degree. You can see the requirements for this track on the Master of Architecture Six Studio Track page.

Student Work Gallery

The Morris Gallery photograph of architectural model

The Morris Gallery

Student Researchers:

Robert Chesnovar
MArch Studio III Fall 2016
The Jewel exterior rendering

The Jewel

Student Researchers:

Aleksandra Sasha Pokrovskaya & Lyris Sanchez
MArch Studio V Fall 2016
Tea House photograph of architectural model

Tea House II

Student Researchers:

Robert Cuthbert
MArch Studio I Fall 2016
Tara Donovan Museum site rendering

Tara Donovan Museum

Student Researchers:

Ryan Helle
MArch Studio III Fall 2016
Exterior rendering of ranger station

Ranger Station

Student Researchers:

Francis C. Mougne
MArch Studio II Spring 2017
Overland Pavilion site rendering

Overland Pavilion

Student Researchers:

Andrew Schrag & Samantha Strang
MArch Studio V Fall 2016