A NAAB-accredited master of architecture program that provides a well-balanced education that integrates design, technology, and research with sustainability to prepare graduates to enter the modern field of architecture.
Students gain skills and capabilities in critical thinking and representation (NAAB Realm A), building practices, technical skills and knowledge (NAAB Realm B), and integrated Architectural Solutions (NAAB Realm C).
Adobe suite, Microsoft suite, Autodesk suite, Various energy modeling, and evaluation applications
Program facilities equipment
Aside from its generous studio spaces including scanners and output devices, the program has a Sustainable Building Materials Lab in the LEED® Platinum Golisano Sustainability Hall featuring an environmental chamber, 3D printer, wind tunnel, laser cutter, heliodon, and a variety of hand-held electronic measuring devices.
Program job titles
Architect (upon licensure); Project Designer; Project Manager; Intern Architect; Sustainable Design Specialist; Building Science Specialist/Technician; Assistant Professor
Select program hiring partners
River Architects; Reline Design Builders; A&T Engineering, P.C.; AGP Architects; Clark Patterson Lee; Cromwell Architects Engineers; Ehdd Architecture; Fukui Architects., P.C.; Greater Living Architecture; Hanlon Architects, P.C.; Kushner Studios; Passero Associates; The DDS Companies; Ware Malcomb
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The master of architecture program is accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB). In addition, the program is now designated as a STEM program in Architectural and Building Sciences/Technology (CIP code 04.0902) making international graduates eligible to extend their F-1 visas for up to three years in order to work in the United States.
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