Find the Right Program for You
Ready to build a changing world?
At CAPLA, we'll help you build your future so you can change the world. Begin by finding the right program for you:
Bachelor of Architecture
The five-year, NAAB-accredited Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch) degree at the University of Arizona is a leading undergraduate architecture program with a particular focus on designing sustainable buildings and spaces in harmony with climate and place.
Bachelor of Landscape Architecture
The Bachelor of Landscape Architecture (BLA) at the University of Arizona is a four-year professional degree program that prepares you to become a successful, licensed landscape architect.
Bachelor of Science in Sustainable Built Environments
The four-year, STEM-designated Bachelor of Science in Sustainable Built Environments (BS SBE) at the University of Arizona is designed for students interested in pursuing a career in the green economy. The BS SBE is offered on campus, online and at our UPC Lima microcampus in Peru.
Graduate Certificate in Heritage Conservation
The five-course, 15-unit Graduate Certificate in Heritage Conservation at the University of Arizona educates students in the preservation of the built environment as part of a comprehensive ethic of environmental, cultural and economic sustainability.
Graduate Certificates in Real Estate Development
Become an industry leader through the University of Arizona's three Graduate Certificates in Real Estate Development, focusing on analysis (three courses, 9 units), finance (four courses, 12 units) and practice (four courses, 12 units). Courses are available on campus and online.
Master of Architecture
The NAAB-accredited, STEM-designated Master of Architecture (M.Arch), available in two- or three-year tracks based on previous student architectural training, places an emphasis on critical practice and sustainable design honed by the poetics of place.
Master of Landscape Architecture
The LAAB-accredited, STEM-designated Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA) at the University of Arizona is a three-year program that prepares students for the practice of landscape architecture and engages them in applied scholarship with an emphasis on sustainable strategies.
Master of Real Estate Development
The Master of Real Estate Development (MRED), offered on campus (18 months) and online (as little as 12 month months), is designed for professionals who seek to become industry leaders, and focuses on sustainable real estate development analysis, finance and practice.
Master of Science in Architecture
With flexible areas of focus that include emerging building technologies, health and the built environment and urban design, the 18-month, STEM-designated Master of Science in Architecture (MS.Arch) from the University of Arizona is devoted to applied research on the built environment.
Master of Science in Urban Planning
The two-year, PAB-accredited Master of Science in Urban Planning from the University of Arizona prepares you for a meaningful career where you’ll shape a more resilient future for cities and communities, locally and across the globe.
Minor in Architectural History & Theory
The Minor in Architectural History and Theory is designed for undergraduate students who are interested in preservation, who are studying to receive an advanced degree in art or architectural history or are interested in history and/or theory and would like to have this core area of study reflected in their transcripts. The curriculum consists of six courses (at least 18 units) and is primarily offered on campus.
Minor in Landscape Architecture
The Minor in Landscape Architecture gives undergraduate students interested in the design of the built environment the chance to engage in a course of study that includes landscape architectural history and design, landscape ecology and planning. The curriculum consists of six courses (19-20 units) and is offered primarily on campus.
Minor in Real Estate Development
The Minor in Real Estate Development prepares undergraduate students to create and sustain value across multiple types of firms within the real estate industry so they will be prepared to work at a variety of real estate firms across an array of sizes and asset classes. The curriculum consists of six courses (18 units) and is offered on campus and online.
Minor in Sustainable Built Environments
The Minor in Sustainable Built Environments is for undergraduate students who want to strengthen their understanding of sustainable design and planning and gain practical skills in creating a more sustainable world. The minor curriculum consists of seven courses (18 units) and is available both on campus and online.