Master of Architecture
The Master of Architecture is an accredited degree that prepares students to become licensed architects. Students develop a specialty within the built environment through the lens of practice.
Master of Architecture – Career Change
The Master of Architecture career change program allows students to leverage any academic background into the architectural discipline. Intensive introductory curriculum prepares students with non-architecture related degrees to pave a path to licensure.
Master of Land and Property Development
The Master of Land and Property Development (MLPD) combines real estate planning with best business practices. With an emphasis in land development education, this program prepares students for success as entrepreneurs, property developers and industry leaders.
Master of Landscape Architecture
The Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA) prepares students to design, assess and protect interactive landscapes. This accredited degree program bridges the connection between humans and the natural environment and provides a path to licensure.
Master of Science in Architecture
The M.S. in Architecture offers an extensive understanding of environmental design through theoretical concepts and research methods. Research-driven curriculum prepares students to pursue a Ph.D or enter specialized practice.
Master of Science in Construction Management
The M.S. in Construction Management integrates technological advancements and innovative practices to enhance field success. A customizable curriculum prepares students from various backgrounds to excel in the construction industry.
Online Master of Science in Construction Management
The new online M.S. in Construction Management program innovates on traditional construction methods. This competitive, multidisciplinary program allows anyone around the world to pursue an advanced degree in construction science, but is meant primarily for those within industry to continue their education while still working in the field.
Master of Urban Planning
The Master of Urban Planning (MUP) equips students to identify community values and provide ethical solutions for a sustainable future. Students are guided through technical, political, economic and legal perspectives of urban planning and community cultivation.
Doctor of Philosophy in Architecture
The Ph.D. in Architecture prepares students to advance architectural practices as experts in their field. Students work individually and collaboratively with scholars to disseminate new knowledge of architectural design.
Doctor of Philosophy in Construction Science
The Ph.D. in Construction Science employs scientific methods, emerging technologies and advanced management theories to develop students as field experts and leaders in the construction industry.
Doctor of Philosophy in Urban and Regional Sciences
The Ph.D. in Urban and Regional Sciences equips students to examine the interactions that unite social-ecological systems and the built environment. Planning-driven curriculum prepares students to address some of the most pressing issues society faces.