Two Year, Professional Degree
The Master of Architecture (M.Arch 2) program is a 60-credit-hour professional degree program for students with a four-year undergraduate pre-professional degree in architecture. Select students graduating from CUArch with a four-year B.S. in Architecture are eligible for advanced standing, thereby reducing graduate study from four semesters (two years) to three semesters (one-and-a-half years).
Students enrolled in the Master of Architecture program, as well as those in the Master of Architectural Studies program, pursue a concentration in one of five areas including Sacred Space/Cultural Studies, Technology and Media in Architecture and Interiors, Real Estate Development, Urban Practice, and Classical Architecture and Urbanism.
Learn more about additional Graduate Studies Programs at The Catholic University of America School of Architecture and Planning.
Why Study Architecture in D.C.?
Study architecture in the first American city to be architecturally designed and planned, with access to an unparalleled laboratory for design and centuries of urban, architectural history.Learn More