Undergraduate Degrees


Bachelor of Arts in Architecture
The Bachelor of Arts in Architecture degree track is an intensive liberal arts degree track that empowers students to explore a variety of interests and apply their knowledge to diverse career opportunities, including graduate study in architecture.

Bachelor of Science in Architecture
The Bachelor of Science in Architecture is an accelerated four-year pre-professional program designed to dovetail with the Master of Architecture, our NAAB-accredited professional degree (and with similar Master of Architecture degrees offered at other institutions).



NEW! Bachelor of Arts in Real Estate and the Built Environment
The major in Real Estate and the Built Environment expands the traditional, narrowly focused, business approach to real estate, finance, investment and management, providing students with broad perspectives that come from the multitude of disciplines that make up the modern practice of real estate. 



Real Estate Development
The real estate development minor provides students a comprehensive overview of sustainable real estate development, including finance, urban planning, and design and the roles of government and the private sector. The real estate minor provides a head start for students interested in pursuing a Master of Real Estate Development.

History and Theory of Architecture
A minor in history and theory of architecture will provide students who have an interest in architectural history the opportunity to develop an understanding and appreciation of architecture as a basic component of human society. Students will gain an insight of diverse architectural cultures as well as apply diverse research methods in order to understand architectural phenomena in a broad context. The History and Theory of Architecture minor is ideal for students in Architecture and Art History. Students in other majors will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

Creative Placemaking Minor
Students in this interdisciplinary creative placemaking minor will engage in place-based art and design projects in partnership with local organizations, knowledge keepers, and artists in select areas of the Purple Line Corridor that are at the greatest risk of displacement. This minor currently offers two tracks: one focusing on architecture and spatial practice and the other on the visual arts.

Construction Project Management 
A minor in construction project management offers a working knowledge of construction management concepts, tools, and techniques for effective project management and team collaboration. The minor is administered by the A. James Clark School of Engineering, exclusively for students of MAPP or the Clark School.

Sustainability Studies Minor*
A minor in sustainability studies helps students prepare for the needs of an ever-changing environmental, economic, and social landscape through issues related to business, government agencies, and non-governmental organizations around the world.

*Offered by the School of Public Policy