Students build Elevator B, a 22-foot tower and home for bees in Silo City, a cluster of grain elevators along Buffalo's waterfront.
Our program will prepare you to see the full implications of what architecture does for the built environment, by proposing future forms of habitation that make aesthetic and cultural contributions to society and inspire social imagination. 
Our program offers comprehensive preparation for practice and licensure designed to highlight the commitment to professional and public service.
In the United States, most state registration boards require a degree from an accredited professional degree program as a prerequisite for licensure. The University at Buffalo is the only campus in the State University of New York system to offer the accredited professional master of architecture (MArch) degree.