School of Architecture Academic Programs
The School of Architecture at the University of Arizona offers dynamic, hands-on undergraduate and graduate architecture programs that position students for sustainable careers in architecture, design and beyond.
Bachelor of Architecture
Ranked #23 by DesignIntelligence, the NAAB-accredited five-year B Arch program prepares students for professional registration and practice in the field of architecture and design.Explore the Bachelor of Architecture »
Master of Architecture
The NAAB-accredited, STEM-designated M Arch, available in two- and three-year tracks, places an emphasis on critical practice and sustainable design honed by the poetics of place.Explore the Master of Architecture »
Compare Architecture Master's Programs
Not sure which architecture master's program is right for you? Compare our Master of Architecture and Master of Science in Architecture by degree type, purpose, program length, curriculum, prerequisites, accreditation and career goals.
Minor in Architectural History and Theory
The 18-unit undergraduate Minor in Architectural History and Theory is designed for students who are interested in architectural history, theory and preservation as well as those who are studying to receive an advanced degree in art or architectural history.
CAPLA Design/Build involves students in hands-on, real-world projects they design and then build under the guidance of School of Architecture faculty, centered around the belief that learning by doing is a powerful method of gaining knowledge.
For additional information about undergraduate architecture programs, contact Sean Kramer-Lazar, student academic success specialist, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 520-621-0334. For additional information about graduate architecture programs, contact Emilio Romero, graduate student services coordinator, at email@example.com or 520-621-9819.