The dual degree option is only available to students pursuing the M.Arch. The dual degree program permits students to obtain both an M.Arch. and a M.S. in Management in substantially less time; in some cases in only one more semester of full-time study. A maximum of 15 credits may be used to satisfy the requirements of both degrees.

Students take additional credits shown below to fulfill requirements for the M.S. in Management. There is no thesis requirement.

At the time of admission to the dual degree program, the School of Management graduate advisor will determine if any M.S. in Management course requirements can be waived.

M.Arch. Requirements

Core Courses
ARCH 500GTools and Techniques II3
ARCH 501GArchitecture Studio I6
ARCH 502GArchitecture Studio II6
ARCH 503GArchitecture Studio III6
ARCH 504GArchitecture Studio IV6
ARCH 541GConstruction I3
ARCH 542GConstruction II3
ARCH 543GEnvironmental Control Systems I3
ARCH 544GEnvironmental Control Systems II3
ARCH 545GStructures I3
ARCH 548GStructures II3
ARCH 547GSynthesis Seminar3
ARCH 528GHistory of Architecture I3
ARCH 529GHistory of Architecture II3
ARCH 555GTools and Techniques I3
ARCH 569GProfessional Practice I3
ARCH 579GProfessional Practice II3
Two courses in architectural history 1,26
One course in contemporary architectural theory 23
Option Sequence
Select two of the following:12
Advanced Architecture Studio I
Advanced Architecture Studio II
Advanced Design Options III
MARC 701
ARCH XXXElectives 29
Electives 29
Total Credits102

With the exception of History/Theory Selectives, ARCH 569G Professional Practice I and ARCH 579G Professional Practice II, all core courses must be completed before proceeding to the options sequence.

M.S. in Management Requirements

Core Courses 1
ARCH 650Economy Of Building3
ARCH 651Real Estate Analysis for Architects3
ARCH 652Architectural Project Management3
FIN 516Principles of Financial Management3
HRM 601Organizational Behavior3
MGMT 680Entrepreneurial Strategy3
or MGMT 692 Strategic Management
Required Course
FIN 618Public and Private Financing of Urban Areas3
Electives
Select three of the following:9
Management Accounting
Corporate Finance II
New Venture Management
New Venture Finance
Information Systems Principles
Models Of Consumer Behavior
Sales Management for Technical Professionals
Total Credits30