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Master of Advanced Studies in Architecture
The Master of Advanced Studies in Architecture is a two-year research degree. You’ll work within the school and the wider University community as you pursue independent design or research-based studies in collaboration with a faculty supervisor. You may enrich this research through related disciplines such as community and regional planning, civil engineering, geography, art history, and visual art.
This program does not fulfill the requirements for architectural licensure. If you already hold a professional degree in architecture or a related field and have a capacity for independent research, this program may be a good choice for you.