The Department of Architecture offers graduate degree programs to those who wish to undertake advanced studies in the built and virtual environments.
The Master of Architecture degree program is for those who hold a pre-professional undergraduate degree in architecture (such as the Bachelor of Environmental Design Architecture Studies Option) and wish to obtain a professional license as an architect and pursue a career in architecture.
The Career Change program is a one year graduate level preparation for entry into the Master of Architecture program for those who have earned a bachelor degree other than a pre-professional architecture degree.
The Master of Science in Architecture degree program provides an opportunity to pursue a topic in architecture at the level of an advanced specialization.
The PhD in Architecture degree program is a highly selective program for those who wish to contribute to the body of knowledge in the discipline of architecture.
The College of Architecture offers Graduate Certificates in specialized areas that are inherently interdisciplinary. These are Certificate in Environmental Hazard Management, Certificate in Facility Management,Certificate in Health Systems and Design, Certificate in Historic Preservation, and Certificate in Sustainable Urbanism. Graduate students from throughout the university may pursue a Graduate Certificate.