Master of Science in Architecture Degree Program
At NewSchool of Architecture & Design, the Master of Science in Architecture (MS Architecture) degree program teaches you the theories and practical application of sustainable design and functional aesthetics. Revolutionize the way city planning, urbanism, and many other emerging fields are conceptualized and implemented.
The MS Architecture program has a progressive curriculum that focuses your efforts on rejuvenating communities. Review the following resources to explore this program further:
- Program Course Sequence: After obtaining a basic background in the industry-wide principles of architecture, the MS Architecture degree program focuses on ethical, responsible community planning and its impact on the world.
- Program Data: Read data about program costs, types of occupations, completion rates, and median loan debt of students who have graduated from this program.
- Career Opportunities: Learn about the career paths you can take after earning a Master of Science in Architecture degree.
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 architecture or any other field may apply for this program. The program typically requires one to two years of full-time study to achieve 45 required credits.
Note on Licensure and Accreditation
Please note that the Master of Science in Architecture is not a professional degree and is not recognized and/or accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB). For complete details on programmatic accreditation, please refer to Accreditation and Memberships.