What is Master of Architecture?

  • (noun): A degree granted for the successful completion of advanced study of architecture.
    Synonyms: MArch

Master Of Architecture

The Master of Architecture (M.Arch.) is a professional degree in architecture, qualifying the graduate to move through the various stages of professional accreditation (internship, exams) that result in receiving a license.

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Notre Dame School Of Architecture - Degree Programs - Master of Architecture
... or graduate professional degree, leading to a Master of Architectural Design and Urbanism (Path A) a two-year program leading to a Master in Architecture (M.Arch) for students who studied architecture or a ... Path A The 2-year Master of Architectural Design and Urbanism (M.ADU) post-professional degree is intended for students who already hold an accredited ... Path B Notre Dame's two-year Master of Architecture degree is intended for students entering the University of Notre Dame with a four-year, pre-professional degree with a major in architecture or a ...
Master Of Architecture
... The Master of Architecture (M.Arch.) is a professional degree in architecture, qualifying the graduate to move through the various stages of professional accreditation (internship ...

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