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Critical Courses

To complete your Master of Architecture with a bachelor's degree in alternate field, you must take some prerequisites alongside your graduate courses. Below are all of the courses you must take to earn your MArch — including prerequisites and graduate courses — though you may need to take courses not listed here to fulfill all requirements.

Download the semester-by-semester plan for your Master of Architecture degree program.

Architecture Courses

  • ARCH 403G Principles of Design
  • ARCH 404G Principles of Building Composition
  • ARCH 520 History of Architecture I
  • ARCH 534 Systems of Construction II
  • ARCH 405G Principles of Building Design
  • ARCH 531 Building Systems
  • ARCH 432G Systems of Construction
  • ARCH 409G Architecture Design V
  • ARCH 410G Architecture Design IV
  • ARCH 464G Professional Practice/Construction Documents
  • ARCH 501 Advanced Architectural Design I
  • ARCH 532 Advanced Building Systems
  • ARCH 560 Theory of Architecture
  • ARCH 502 Advanced Architectural Design II
  • ARCH 565 Architecture Research & Programming
  • 4 Architecture electives (12 credit hours total)
  • ARCH 509 Architecture Masters Project

Non-Architecture Courses

  • CIVE 335 Structural Engineering I
  • CIVE 336 Structural Engineering II