Sustainability Buildings Program Concentration (MS in Architecture)
The Graduate Program consists of four semesters of study leading to an accredited Master of Architecture degree with a focus on sustainability and regional response. Candidates need to have a five-year Bachelor of Architecture degree or a four-year degree with an architecture major and completion of specific prerequisite courses. This degree program has been accredited since the 1972-73 school year. The Sustainability Buildings Program concentration includes applied research in design, materials, technology, landscape, lighting, and construction.