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Master of Architecture
Master of Architecture (M.Arch) is a professional degree accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB). It educates and prepares students to become registered and licensed as architects. But more than this, it prepares students to be innovative designers, thinkers and leaders in the field of architecture. This degree program requires 2 to 3.5 years of graduate study, depending on previous academic background and qualifications.
Admission to 2-Year Program
An applicant with an undergraduate major in architecture from UWM or a school with an accredited program in architecture similar to the BS in Architectural Studies at UWM must meet Graduate School requirements plus these Department of Architecture requirements to be considered for admission to the program:
Undergraduate cumulative grade point average in architectural studies of at least 3.0 (4.0 scale).
Completion of at least three undergraduate design studios.
Three letters of recommendation from three previous faculty and/or members of the profession.
Submission of test results from the General Test portion of Graduate Record Examination.
Portfolio of architectural studies work.
For foreign applicants whose first language is not English, a score of at least 250 on the computer-based (or 600 on the paper based) Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). A score of 7.0 on the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) examination will be accepted in lieu of the TOEFL. Applicants with scores from 213 to 247 on the computer-based TOEFL (or 550 to 599 on the paper-based), or 6.5 on the IELTS, will be considered for admission with the stipulation that further course work in English be taken.
Admission to 3-1/2 Year Program
An applicant with an undergraduate degree in a field other than architecture may be considered for admission with an additional 41 credits required; these credits do not count toward the degree. An applicant with a non-architecture major is normally admitted with three semesters of foundation courses (41 credits) required, subject to re-evaluation after the first semester.
Admission to the 3-1/2 year program requires, in addition to general Graduate School requirements, an undergraduate GPA of at least 3.0 (4.0 scale), submission of test results from the General Test portion of the Graduate Record Examination (and TOEFL or IELTS, for foreign students), three letters of recommendation, and a portfolio of written and/or visual work.
Admission to M Arch/MUP Program
Candidates seeking admission to the M Arch/MUP program must apply to and be admitted to both programs. The requirements for admission to the Urban Planning Master's degree program are detailed in the Urban Planning section of this Bulletin.
Major Professor as Advisor
The student must have a professor to advise and supervise the student's studies as specified in Graduate School regulations.
Credits and Courses - 2-Year Program
The minimum degree requirement is 48 graduate credits, 39 of which must be in architecture, with a distribution of at least 33 credits in the following 4 categories:
Technology: Arch 510, 516, and Arch 520 or 522, for a total of 9 cr.
Theory: One of the Arch 531/532/533 course series and one additional course, for a total of 6 cr.
Practice: Arch 581 and one other course, for a total of 6 cr.
Design: Arch 825 and one additional studio for a total of 6 cr. A minimum grade of "B" (3.00) in each studio is required.
A current list of specific courses approved for distribution credit is available from the Department. Students who have completed any of these courses or their equivalents as undergraduates may substitute architectural electives. This distribution requirement must be met and Arch 794, Pre-Thesis or Master's Project Seminar, must be completed prior to enrollment in the required 6 cr. of Arch 890 or 891, Master's Thesis or Master's Project. At least 18 of the 48 required credits must be completed at the 700 level or above.
Credits and Courses - 3-1/2 Year Program*
The entry requirements totaling 41 cr. are as follows:
ARCH 300 Architectural History and Theory
ARCH 301 Architectural Structures & Construction
ARCH 302 Architecture and Human Behavior
ARCH 303 Architecture and Environmental Response
ARCH 580 Graphic Techniques for Architects
ARCH 781 Virtual Modeling
ARCH 800 Graduate Introductory Studio
ARCH 810 Architectural Design I
ARCH 820 Architectural Design II
One ARCH design studio at 600 or 800-level with minimum grade of B
* Consult Student Advising Office for sequencing of courses, (414) 229-4015
Some of these requirements may be waived by the M Arch Committee upon an applicant's acceptance to the program or upon appeal, based on equivalent work. The requirements in the remaining two years are those of the 2-year program, as described above.
M Arch/MUP Program
Joint program candidates must complete all of the requirements of the M Arch degree and the requirements stipulated by the
Thesis or Master's Project
The student must submit an acceptable thesis or master's project and orally defend it. The student in the M Arch/MUP program must also take and pass the comprehensive exam in Urban Planning.
Time Limit
The student must complete all degree requirements within seven years of initial enrollment.
Certificate in Preservation Studies
The Certificate in Preservation Studies is designed to provide a formal program of studies for Master of Architecture students who wish to pursue careers in historic preservation in professional architectural practice or in governmental preservation agencies.
Students wishing to earn the Certificate must be enrolled in the Master of Architecture program at the University and must complete a minimum of 21 credits from the following groups of courses:
Preservation Core Required Courses (12 credits):
Arch 560 Introduction to Historic Preservation
Arch 760 History of Building Technology
Arch 835 Studies in Architectural History and Precedent: Historic Preservation
Preservation Master's Thesis or Master's Project (6 credits):
Arch 890 Master's Thesis
Arch 891 Master's Project
Preservation Elective Course (3 credits):
Arch 790 Special Topics in Preservation
Arch 531 Historic Concepts of Architecture
Arch 553 Vernacular Buildings and Groupings
Arch 561 Measured Drawings for Architects
Arch 562 Preservation Technology Laboratory
Arch 780 The Built Environment and Real Estate Development
ArtHist 459 American Architecture
ArtHist 461 Early Modern Architecture in the Midwest
ArtHist 462 Frank Lloyd Wright
ArtHist 701 Colloquium in Architectural History
Hist 450 Growth of Metropolitan Milwaukee
Hist 451 History of Wisconsin
Hist 651 Introduction to Material Culture in Historical Agencies
Hist 700 Introduction to Public History
Hist 713 Historical Research Methods
Students wishing to obtain the Certificate must declare their intention by applying to the Department of Architecture prior to completion of the three Preservation Core Required Courses. After completing the program requirements, a Certificate in Preservation Studies will be awarded by the Department of Architecture simultaneously with the award of the Master of Architecture degree.
Certificate in Real Estate Development
Students wishing to earn the Certificate must be enrolled in the Master of Architecture or Master's of Urban Planning program at the University and must complete a minimum of 21 credits from the following groups of courses.
Real Estate Required Core Courses (15 credits)
Arch 780 The Built Environment and Real Estate Development, 3 cr
Arch 794 (M Arch. students) Pre-thesis or Master's Project Seminar, emphasis on Real Estate Development, 3 cr
or UrbPlan 999 (MUP students) Independent Study, emphasis on Real Estate Development, 3 cr
Arch 890 or 891 (M Arch. students) Thesis or Master's Project, emphasis on Real Estate Development, 6 cr
or UrbPlan 990 (MUP students) Graduate Thesis, emphasis on Real Estate Development, 6 cr
Bus 483 Property Development and Management, 3 cr
or Bus 481 Real Estate Finance, 3 cr
Real Estate Electives (6 credits)
Arch 560 Introduction to Historic Preservation
Arch 845 Studies in Urban and Community Design theory (6 credits)
Arch 749 Urban Design as Public Policy
Arch 792 Independent study (Internship)
UrbPlan 651 Land Use Planning Practice
UrbPlan 661 Neighborhood Planning and Revitalization
UrbPlan 684 Planning Local Economic Development
UrbPlan 762 Housing Markets and Public Policy
UrbPlan 991 Internship (real estate focus)
UrbStd 720 Theory and Method in Local Economic Development
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