Architecture offers an MS in architecture, which allows students the option of pursuing a personalized course of study or focusing on a prescribed curriculum in design and energy conservation, emerging material technologies, urban design and infrastructure, or preservation studies.
Three master's degree tracks are available to students, depending on their prior academic preparation and professional goals. The 1.5 year post-professional master's degree program is structured for individuals who have a professional, five-year Bachelor of Architecture degree and who desire advanced, specialized training. Graduates of four-year bachelors degree programs in architecture who wish to pursue professional registration may be admitted to the professional two-year Master of Architecture degree program (MArc II). Individuals who have a bachelors degree in a field other than architecture and are interested in a career change, may apply to the three to four year professional Master of Architecture degree (MArch III). This intensive, accelerated degree track prepares students for professional registration and licensure as architects.