2-year M.Arch

ARCH 602 Nick Alexander Instructor: Joshua Coggeshall

ARCH 602 Nick Alexander Instructor: Joshua Coggeshall

The Master of Architecture (M.Arch) professional degree is for students who seek licensure in the profession and is accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB). This program is for those who have an undergraduate degree in architecture from universities offering an accredited architecture program (begins fall semester).

Students complete (46) credits including:

  • an academic internship of at least 14 weeks following the framework articulated by National Council of Architectural Registration Board’s Architectural Experience Program (AXP) for architectural licensing. (taken Fall or Spring semester)
  • one (1) seminar that focuses on Critical Thinking & Representation (CTR)
  • one (1) seminar that focuses on Building Practices & Technology (BPT)
  • four (4) ‘free’ graduate electives (may be an approved Certificate)
Track 1: Internship during the spring semester.

Track 1: Internship during the spring semester.

Track 2: Internship starts in the fall semester.

Track 2: Internship starts in the fall semester.

FALL SEMESTER

ARCH 501 Comprehensive Studio (6 credits)
ARCH 503 Research Methods (3 credits)
ARCH 520 Professional Practice (3 credits)
Free Graduate level Elective (3 credits)

SPRING SEMESTER

ARCH 555 Internship (0 credits)

SUMMER SESSION

ARCH 600 Architecture Workshop (3 credits)
Free Graduate level Elective (3 credits)

FALL SEMESTER

ARCH 601 Topics Studio (6 credits)
ARCH 603 Final Project Prep (1 credit)
Building Practices & Technology Seminar (BPT) (3 credits)
Free Graduate level Elective (3 credits)

SPRING SEMESTER

ARCH 602 Final Project Studio (6 credits)
Critical Thinking & Representation Seminar (CTR) (3 credits)
Free Graduate level Elective (3 credits)