The post-undergraduate Bachelor of Science in Architecture program is for students holding a non-architecture baccalaureate degree or students holding bachelors degrees in architecture from non-NAAB-accredited programs. Students completing both the Bachelor of Science + Master of Architecture will hold an accredited professional degree and will, therefore, be academically qualified to take the Architecture Registration Exam.
The post-undergraduate Bachelor of Science with a major in architecture is awarded following approximately two years of study, including two summers. The reason this course of study is abbreviated is the advanced standing provided for by the candidate's prior degree.
The accredited professional degree sequence includes the completion of the Bachelor of Science in Architecture program and the Master of Architecture 44. Entry to the M.Arch. 44 program is competitive and post-undergraduate students are not ensured a place in the professional degree program. Post-undergraduate students will be evaluated for entry to the M.Arch. 44 with all other applicants. Assuming academic success, the two degree sequence for many post-undergraduate students is approximately three years, three months, the program includes three summers of study.