Architecture Degrees

Our program offers comprehensive preparation for practice and licensure designed to highlight the commitment to professional and public service.

The Department of Architecture offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in a configuration commonly known as "4+2": four years of undergraduate study leading to a bachelor of science degree, and two years of graduate work, leading to the first professional degree, the Master of Architecture (MArch).

The School of Architecture and Planning is the only unit in the State University of New York System to offer the fully accredited MArch degree.

In addition to the core 4+2 structure, the department offers a number of alternate tracks and degree configurations, including an undergraduate minor in architecture, a 3.5-year MArch for graduate students holding undergraduate or graduate degrees in a field other than architecture, a research-based MS Arch, and dual-degree options with the Department of Urban and Regional Planning, the School of Management, and the Department of Media Study.

Undergraduate Degrees

Graduate Degrees