Undergraduate and Graduate Degrees
The School of Architecture offers both undergraduate and graduate level degrees in Architecture.
The College of Liberal Arts offers a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture (B.A.) degree, and the College of Design offers the Bachelor of Design in Architecture (B.D.A.) and the Bachelor of Science with a major in Architecture (B.S.). The undergraduate programs offer an in-depth study of architecture in the context of a liberal education.
The School of Architecture offers 4 graduate-level programs in architecture:
The Master of Architecture program is the professional degree for those seeking to become licensed architects.
The four M.S. programs are academic, research-oriented degrees that do not satisfy the educational requirement for professional licensing.
Students can also obtain Concurrent Degrees which integrate the curricula for the M.Arch and M.S. in Architecture programs.
Spring 2012 Graduate Courses