The Master of Architecture degree, with two entrance levels, is an accredited professional degree in architecture. This degree is designed for students who intend to pursue licensing and professional practice in the field of architecture in the United States and Canada. Level I is the entry level for students with bachelor's degrees in disciplines unrelated to architecture. Level II is the entry level for students who have four-year environmental design degrees.
The Master of Science in Architecture degree is a post-professional degree. This degree is intended for students who already have a professional degree in architecture and who may already be licensed to practice architecture. This degree offers an opportunity for specialization and advanced study following standard degree plans, or custom tailored programs of study.
The Master of Arts in Architectural Studies degree is for students who have degrees or professional experience in related fields and who wish to study architecture at an advanced level, but who do not wish to pursue a professional degree. Like the Master of Science in Architecture degree, this degree offers an opportunity for specialization and advanced study, following standard degree plans, or custom tailored programs of study.
The Master of Science in Space Architecture degree is for students who have degrees or professional experience related to aerospace industries, design for extreme environments, or space architecture.
For more information on graduate program admission requirements and a listing of all courses, consult the College Web site at www.arch.uh.edu or contact the College.
Catalog Publish Date: August 18, 2011
This Page Last Updated: July 26, 2010
Effective Date of Archive: December 19, 2011