Master of Science in Architecture

The Master of Science in Architecture is an advanced, multidisciplinary, thesis degree program designed to provide highly qualified students with a traditional academic foundation in theoretical concepts and research methods in Architecture. In this program, students pursue support courses and develop a thesis topic in an emphasis area offered by the department or research centers associated with the college. The MS degree is a non-professional degree for those seeking advanced knowledge in preparation for careers in architectural research, university teaching, or specialized practice and consulting. The degree may also serve as a pathway toward a PhD in Architecture.

Admission to the Master of Science in Architecture program is offered to those students possessing professional degrees in architecture as well as to those possessing undergraduate degrees in related disciplines. Admission depends upon the chosen area of research and the availability of qualified faculty in emphasis areas identified by applicants.

Steps to Fulfill a Masters Program