The Master of Architecture II (M.Arch II) is a 30-credit post-professional degree program developed specifically for students and professionals interested in pursuing teaching careers in architecture or developing a scholarly in addition to professional practice. Its 1-year curriculum combines graduate studios with an emphasis on advanced level elective and seminar courses, allowing students to self-determine emphases in scholarly research areas including historic preservation, ecological design, visualization and representation, real estate, building technology & systems, and history & theory. All students in the M.Arch II program will also take Topics in Professional Practice, an in-depth discussion of contemporary challenges and opportunities in professional practice.

This degree is not accredited by the National Architecture Accrediting Board (NAAB).