The Master of Science in Architecture degree is a research-based academic degree for students interested in advanced architectural studies. This degree does not prepare students to receive an architecture licensure. It is for students with an accredited professional B.Arch., M.Arch., or an approved bachelor’s degree (such as a B.S. Arch. or in another discipline).
Students who have non-architecture degrees and wish to enter the program and those who do not have a basic understanding of computing and computer-assisted design skills may be required to complete leveling work that will not accrue graduate credit toward their degree.
The Master of Science in Architecture with a Concentration in Historic Preservation is a non-professional degree focused on advanced preparation for the specific specialization of historic preservation within the field of architecture.