The Master of Architecture (M. Arch.) is a graduate degree which is accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB). Together with a period of professional internship, the M. Arch. degree qualifies individuals for the Architectural Registration Examination and licensure in architecture. Miami's graduate program accepts students from a number of different preparations and backgrounds. There are three degree tracks depending on the academic background of the applicant.
M. Arch. I
A one-year primarily self-directed program for candidates who already have their first professional degree in Architecture.
M. Arch. II
A two-year program for candidates with an undergraduate degree from a four-year, pre-professional degree-granting program in architecture.
M. Arch. III
A three-and-one-half year program for candidates with an undergraduate degree in a discipline other than architecture.
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