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Master of Architecture (2-Year Program)
College of Architecture, Design & Construction Management
From Bachelor to Master in just 4 semesters
Wentworth's two-year Master of Architecture (MArch) program provides a graduate-level course of study for students who have successfully completed a four-year NAAB-based Bachelor of Science in Architecture at another institution. The MArch degree is typically completed in four semesters, contingent upon the department's evaluation of prior coursework. This degree is an essential credential for those who aspire to professional registration and licensure as architects.
First-year coursework includes two studios, core courses in theory and professional practice, as well as architectural electives. Second-year coursework centers on the development of advanced, research-based knowledge, including a special topics studio, a seminar on research methods, and a class focused on thesis preparation. In the spring, you would enroll in a thesis studio and advanced topics seminar, enabling you to develop and defend original research in the form of a design thesis.
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Architecture at Work
Earnings in 2015
Architects with MS degrees on average brought home more than 46K per year.
Top 5 Job Titles for Architects with MS degrees:
- Architectural Designer
- Junior Architect
- Project Manager
- Junior Designer