For additional information on our graduate degrees in Architecture, click on the "Graduate Degrees and Certificates in Architecture" link (on the right). Application materials are categorized by degree or certificate program:
Master of Architecture (M.Arch.)
The M.Arch. (Track II or Track III) is an accredited professional degree appropriate for those who, upon successful completion, seek the educational requirements for becoming a licensed architect.
Graduate Certificate in Facility Management (KU Edwards Campus)
The Graduate Certificate in Facility Management is designed for individuals employed directly or indirectly in the field of Facility Management. The 15-credit program relies on a core of 1-credit, highly focused workshops to address the specific challenges that are faced on a day-to-day basis by facility managers as well as architects, engineers, interior designers and others who provide facility services and wish to keep abreast of the rapid breakthroughs in this multidisciplinary profession.
Master of Arts in Architecture (M.A.)
The M.A. is an appropriate degree for those seeking a graduate degree that affords the opportunity to build specialized knowledge through advanced study. This is not an accredited professional degree.
Doctor of Philosophy in Architecture (Ph.D.)
The Ph.D. is appropriate for those aspiring to achieve the highest degree within the discipline of architecture. It demands rigorous coursework, robust independent work and the completion of a dissertation that adds new knowledge to the discipline of architecture. Students apply to the MA/Ph.D. program.