Our Master of Architecture (M.Arch) program is a studio-intensive degree that takes a critical view of design, theory, and production.
You’ll supplement your coursework with a diverse selection of electives in history/theory, criticism, structures, environmental and construction technology, urbanism, sustainable design, computation, and digital fabrication. Then you’ll bring it all together in a design thesis during your final academic year.
The M.Arch degree requires the successful completion of 99 credit hours (60 credit hours for those with advanced standing) and all required coursework.
- M.Arch students cannot take courses on a pass/fail grading basis.
- Have a course deficiency listed in your Admissions Letter? Click here for details on how to fulfill it.
Degree requirements may vary given the year you were admitted to Taubman College.
For a comprehensive view of requirements related to your entry year, click here.
As always, please don’t hesitate to schedule an advising appointment to gain a clear understanding of your individual degree progression.
Tip: Make sure you’re taking the time to understand and utilize your individual online advising file.