Master of Architecture
The field of architecture is constantly evolving, and architects with a graduate degree are in high demand. Our Master of Architecture Degree Program gives architects a competitive edge in the job market and provides the skills to navigate today’s technological work environments.
Our Master of Architecture (M.Arch) can be completed almost entirely online. And our online and campus offerings share the same graduate curriculum that combines theory and practice to support the development of each student.
Earning your Master of Architecture from LTU is:
- Convenient – study when and where you want; the program is almost 100% online
- Elite – one of only four NAAB accredited M. Arch programs available online
- Fast-paced – complete your degree in as few as 15 months
- Collaborative – learn alongside professionals from some of the most respected firms in the region
- Affordable – the most affordable NAAB accredited program offered online
We offer two ways to earn your Master of Architecture from LTU:
A 36 credit-hour program for students who have earned a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from LTU or a comparable institution. This track is ideal for prospective architects who wish to expand their skills and earn a master’s degree while continuing to work. This program consists of 36 credit hours, 32 of which can be taken online (one, 4-credit summer course, the Critical Practice Studio, requires students to work on campus for four extended weekends).
An extended program for individuals with an undergraduate degree other than a Bachelor of Science in Architecture. This option specifically welcomes students who come to LTU with accomplishments and interests in other fields of inquiry with the expectation that such students will bring their interests and skills into the practice of architecture. Starting in the fall of 2018, students can complete the M. Arch 3+ track online.
As a nationally renowned program focused on teaching, our architecture department believes in student-centered learning. We keep our classes small and coursework challenging but manageable.