PAST ACCREDITED DEGREE PROGRAMS:
The Bachelor of Architecture degree was offered at the University of Maryland from the time of foundation of the School of Architecture in 1967 until the degree's phase-out in 1987. Between 1973 and December 31, 1987 the Bachelor of Architecture degree was accredited by the NAAB.
CURRENT ACCREDITED DEGREE PROGRAMS:
Currently the University of Maryland offers the Master of Architecture degree as its NAAB-accredited professional degree. This program obtained its initial accreditation on January 1, 1985 and has been granted continuing accreditation since that date.
The University of Maryland offers two tracks for completion of the Master of Architecture degree:
- M. ARCH (pre-professional degree + 60 graduate credits)
- M. ARCH (non-pre-professional degree + 109 credits)
CURRENT PRE-PROFESSIONAL DEGREE PROGRAMS:
At the undergraduate level the University of Maryland offers a pre-professional Bachelor of Science in Architecture degree track, which when combined with a NAAB-accredited Master of Architecture degree (commonly known as a 4+2 degree track), constitutes the requirements for a professional degree.
CURRENT POST-PROFESSIONAL DEGREE PROGRAMS:
The Master of Science in Archtecture degree is a post-professional degree. Recipients of this degree must hold a professional degree in architecture in order to be considered for admissions. Applicants to the Master of Science in Architecture program should be aware that this is not a NAAB-accredited degree.