The MArch/ MBA dual degree prepares students for the growing
complexity of architectural practice and demand for managerial and
administrative skills that often exceed the traditional training of
The establishment or management of a successful architectural
office requires a wide range of skills. In addition to competence
in traditional architectural roles, the growing complexity of the
field demands a wide range of managerial and administrative skills.
For instance, many architectural practices have expanded their
range of services to include construction supervision, real estate
development, multinational project management and public-sector
consultation. The MArch/ MBA dual degree is intended to
provide students with the skills and knowledge necessary to assume
responsibilities for these challenges.
Interested students must apply to and be accepted by both the
Department of Architecture and the School of Management. Enrolled
students should consult the curriculum they were given upon
entering the program, copies of which are kept in their student
files in the departmental office.
For admission requirements and procedures, see Admissions.
For additional information concerning acceptance into the MBA
Program, please contact the School of