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Master of Architecture Curriculum


The Master of Architecture (MArch) program prepares students to engage in the cultural practice of architecture with critical ability, inventive curiosity and technical facility. Design studios and theory courses focus on the broader cultural implications of architecture, while courses in technology and professional practice prepare the student for the realities of architectural practice. The Master of Architecture program culminates in a National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB) accredited professional degree.

Year 1 (G1)

Autumn Semester

ARCH 6410
Accelerated ARCH Design I
ARCH 5110
History of Architecture I
ARCH 5710
Structures I
ARCH 5510
Construction I

Spring Semester

ARCH 6420
Accelerated ARCH Design II
ARCH 5120
History of Architecture II
ARCH 5810
Systems I
ARCH 5520
Construction II

Year 2 (G2)

Autumn Semester

ARCH 7410
Advanced ARCH Design I
ARCH 7210
Architectural Theory I
ARCH 6810
Systems II
ARCH ELECT
Architectural Elective

Spring Semester

ARCH 7420
Advanced ARCH Design II
ARCH 7220
Architectural Theory II
ARCH 6710
Structures II
OPEN ELECT
Open Elective

Year 3 (G3)

Autumn Semester

ARCH 8410
Advanced ARCH Design III
ARCH 8210
Master Practitioner Seminar
ARCH 7310
Practice of the Design Professions
ARCH ELECT
Architectural Elective

Spring Semester

ARCH 8420
Advanced ARCH Design IV
ARCH 8220
Exit Review Seminar
OPEN ELECT
Open Elective