Problem Solving in Architecture
Form a broad understanding of how architects solve complex problems and gain experiences using the latest design techniques and modeling technologies. Study current topics in community planning, green building design, environmental control, construction methods and more. Accredited by the National Architecture Accrediting Board (NAAB), this program provides the professional training and credentials you need.
Students who graduate with a masters degree in Architecture will complete 45 required credits toward the degree with 24 of those credits being at the 500 level. Work includes courses like: British Green Architecture, Eco Urban Design, Housing Typologies and Issues, Sustainable Development, and Urban Design and Morphology.
To prepare for courses required to earn a degree in Architecture, we recommend you:
- have an understanding of urban and community planning, sustainable design, integrated design
- aspire to be a licensed architect
- have the desire to be a carpenter or urban planner