Architecture Programs

Below is a listing of NAAB Accredited / Candidate Programs as listed from NAAB; this list was created using AirTable (  For each program, the following information is provided: Institution, Region, Academic Unit, City, State, Country, Website, Email, and Degrees.

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BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE (BArch): is an undergraduate five-year degree typically for students coming directly from high school.

MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE (MArch 5YR): Somewhat like the five-year BArch, this degree provides the professional graduate degree in five years.

PRE-PROFESSIONAL BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (B.S.) + MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE (MArch 4+2): Often known as a 4 + 2, this path to the accredited degree involves first obtaining a pre-professional architecture bachelor of science (B.S.) degree followed by the professional master of architecture (M.Arch.).

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE (B.A./B.S.) IN FIELDS OTHER THAN ARCHITECTURE AND MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE (MArch 3+): With an undergraduate degree in an academic field other than architecture, one may also pursue a professional master of architecture program.  Depending on the institution, this accredited M.Arch. will take between three and four years of study to complete.

DOCTOR OF ARCHITECTURE (DArch): As a professional degree, the doctor of architecture (D.Arch.) is currently available only at the University of Hawaii.  The program is from 3-4 years in length.

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