Online resources Architecture program may be the professional degree for individuals trying to become licensed designers. As referred to below, you will find several paths in to the M. Arch. program based on background undergraduate education.
Standard 3 Year Program
Our standard professional program is really a 3-year training program that's targeted at candidates who didn't develop a pre-professional degree in architecture together with a full complement of studio and technology courses. Generally candidates for that 3-year path have analyzed fine/studio arts, biology, british, geology, art history, physics, etc.
The Three year program can also be suitable for students and also require analyzed some architecture but didn't develop a pre-professional B.S. major in architecture or its equivalent. For instance, the three-year program may be the right program for the own College of Minnesota BDA students.
Candidates who've a pre-professional B.S. in Architecture, or its equivalent, may make an application for our 2 year M. Arch program. Candidates should have completed a minumum of one course in structures, materials, &lifier techniques, and environment technologies, and a minimum of four semesters of architecture design galleries. The portfolio must exhibit a proficiency of design comparable to students getting completed the very first year in our 3-year program.
For more information around the M.Arch. Program options please visit Program Description and Curriculum.