Students in the M.Arch program must earn at least a total of 44 credit hours, 32 from core courses and 12 from elective courses.
EligibilityMust have a pre-professional bachelor degree that is part of a 4+1 or 4+2 NAAB-accredited program.
Students with a non-architecture baccalaureate degree or a bachelor degree in architecture from non-NAAB-accredited programs: please see the CAED Bachelor of Science in Architecture Post-Undergraduate program information and/or consider other CAED graduate program options.
Study Abroad Option
The program is also offered with study abroad options.
Course of Study
|ARCH 60101||Graduate Design Studio 1
Architecture within the urban context
|ARCH 60301||Theories of Architecture
Discourse and in-depth investigations on contemporary architectural theories
|ARCH 65001||Professional Practice: Real Estate and Development
|ARCH 65002||Professional Practice: Contract and Planning Law
|ARCH 60102||Graduate Design Studio II
Research studio on variable topics
|ARCH 60922||Methods of Inquiry in Architectural Studies
Research methods for 60102
|ARCH 65003||Professional Practice:
Leadership, Ethics and Office Management
|ARCH 56995||ST: Workshop in Professional Practice
|Intercession [3 Weeks]
|ARCH 60150||Project Programming
Research & Program for 60103
|Summer Intercession II [8 Weeks]
|ARCH 60103||Graduate Design Studio III
Comprehensive architectural design project, from site planning to construction details
*Additional information regarding courses can be found on www.kent.edu/catalog
If you have questions, please contact:Ms. Lisa Pozo
Administrative Secretary, CAED Graduate Programs
330-672-3765 - firstname.lastname@example.org