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Bachelor of Arts in Architectural Studies

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Career Opportunities

Graduates of the B.A. in Architectural Studies program who seek to practice architecture may wish, upon completion of the degree, to enter the 3-year graduate M.Arch. program.

Students who hold baccalaureate degrees and wish to pursue careers in architecture may apply to the 3-year track of the graduate Master of Architecture program. This program is open to students with previous design-related degrees as well as those with bachelor’s degrees in the humanities, sciences, or other academic disciplines.

See the description of the 3-year track of the M.Arch. on the school’s website for more information.

Other career trajectories for students in the B.A. in architectural studies program include seeking graduate degrees in urban planning, art history, law, and geography, as well as many other possibilities, or seeking employment in public sector or private sector organizations and businesses that are aligned with the design/construction industry.

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