Master of Science in Architecture

The School of Architecture's Master of Science (MS) Program is a non-professional program requiring a minimum of 30 semester hours of advanced study and is oriented toward advanced practice, scholarship and research. Applicants may have previous degrees in architecture or other related fields. The program accepts students with a professional degree in a design or design-related field, as well as students with a baccalaureate degree in a non-design field who wish to pursue an area of study offered in the Master of Science in Architecture degree.


  1. Digital Design and Fabrication
  2. High Performance Buildings
  3. Health and Design

For further details on the program, see or contact an academic advisor in the School of Architecture.