Master of Architecture 3G

The Graduate Architecture Program at Tennessee challenges students to do more than envision buildings. We explore and investigate issues of technology, material culture, and political economy alongside a commitment to histories and theories of the built environment. We prepare graduate students to be all-purpose intellectuals, willing to and able to engage in cultural production and agency.

The Master of Architecture 3G program is designed to accommodate students who come from a variety of backgrounds, including those with no previous formal study in architecture or a degree from a non-accredited architecture program.

Pre-requisites: Humanities (12 Hours) Physics (1 course) Pre-calculus (1 course)

This program begins in July — prospective students should apply for Summer enrollment.

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Summer Year One (7)

Arch 538 (3)
Design I: Design Fundamentals
Arch 518 (2)
Representation I
Arch 501 (2)
Introduction to Environmental Design

Fall Year One (15)

Arch 541 (6)
Design II: Principles of Architecture
Arch 519 (2)
Representation II
Arch 511 (3)
History and Theory of Architecture I
Arch 557 (4)
Structural Practices in Architecture

You are not going to find a more cohesive curriculum, a more engaging student body or a more dedicated faculty and staff, who make it impossible to graduate with anything less than excellence.

Brooke Cunningham, Master of Architecture Student

After Graduation Careers

Our accredited program qualifies graduates to sit for the Architect Registration Exam and prepares you to lead a successful career in:

specialized practice

research

specialty consulting

academia

firm owner and more