From urban planning to interior design, many professions today benefit from in-depth study of architecture. If you want to enrich your knowledge of the field but don’t plan to pursue architectural licensing, consider a Master of Science in Architecture. Students with a bachelor’s degree in any field may apply.
The program typically requires one to two years of full-time study to achieve 45 required units: 35 professional requirements and 10 professional electives.
Note on Licensure and Accreditation:
Please note that the Master of Architecture II is not a professional degree and is not recognized and/or accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB).
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