Master of Architecture and M.S. in Management
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.
|Tools and Techniques II
|Architecture Studio I
|Architecture Studio II
|Architecture Studio III
|Architecture Studio IV
|Environmental Control Systems I
|Environmental Control Systems II
|History of Architecture I
|History of Architecture II
|Tools and Techniques I
|Professional Practice I
|Professional Practice II
|Two courses in architectural history 1,2
|One course in contemporary architectural theory 2
|Select two of the following:
|Advanced Architecture Studio I
|Advanced Architecture Studio II
Including one course in non-western, regional, or vernacular architecture.
To be selected in consultation with the graduate advisor.
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
|Economy Of Building
|Public and Private Development
|Architectural Project Management
|Principles of Financial Management
|or MGMT 692
|Public and Private Financing of Urban Areas
|Select three of the following:
|Corporate Finance II
|New Venture Management
|New Venture Finance
|Information Systems Principles
|Models Of Consumer Behavior
|Sales Management for Technical Professionals