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Master of Architecture (professional)

The Master of Architecture (44) professional degree program (NAAB accredited) seeks to prepare graduates to enter the profession of architecture by stimulating the growth of technical knowledge and design creativity. The program fosters the refinement of design skills acquired in undergraduate programs.  Master coursework affords opportunities for inquiry in architecture through the introduction of traditional scholarly research methods as well as approaches to research through design. Professional practice course offerings provide a comprehensive exposure to professional issues and a broad capacity for considering the practice of architecture in innovative ways.

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.

Eligibility

Must 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

First Year

Fall Semester
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

xxxxx Concentration Elective

Spring Semester
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
xxxxx Concentration Elective
xxxxx Concentration Elective

Summer

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
Application Requirements + Advising

If you have questions, please contact:

Ms. Lisa Pozo
Administrative Secretary, CAED Graduate Programs
330-672-3765 - lpozo@kent.edu
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