The Bachelor of Arts in Architecture program prepares students to enter a first-professional Master of Architecture program. Students must complete a minimum of 183 quarter credits. The program consists of 108 required professional credits, 15 elective professional credits, and 60 integrative studies credits.
Note: The National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB) does not recognize and/or accredit Bachelor of Arts in Architecture degrees.
Upon completing an undergraduate degree in architecture, students can choose to continue their architectural studies and pursue architectural licensure by enrolling in the Integrated Path to Architectural Licensure (IPAL) program. This rigorous architecture education program allows students to earn their Master of Architecture (First-Professional) degree while fulfilling all of the requirements for architectural licensure, including Architectural Experience Program (AXP) hours and the Architect Registration Examination (ARE). Learn more about our Integrated Path to Architectural Licensure program.
Our Bachelor of Arts in Architecture degree program can prepare you for the following careers:
- Design Project Manager
- Project Designer
- Project Manager
- Lead Designer
- Schematic Drafter
- Project Coordinator
- Model Maker