The two-year professional degree program, intended for students entering with a four-year baccalaureate in architectural studies, emphasizes further study in architectural disciplines. Students may elect to concentrate in any one of several areas of specialization aligned with research-oriented program areas.
Candidates admitted with full or limited status to the two-year professional degree program must complete at least 62 hours of graduate work. Candidates admitted with full status may complete the program in two years of full-time academic study.
|ARCH 501||Architectural Practice||3|
|ARCH 517||Architectural History 1850-Present||3|
|ARCH 536||Planning and Design of Structural Systems||4|
|ARCH 537||Environmental Control Systems II||4|
|ARCH 538||Econ Issues in Arch Develop||4|
|ARCH 577||Theories of Architecture||4|
Grad Other Degree Requirements
|Other requirements may overlap
|Candidates must spend at least four semesters and earn at least half of the required graduate hours in residence
|Minimum 500-level Hours Required Overall:
|Must earn a letter grade of C or better in all core courses.