The Master of Architecture/Master of Fine Arts dual degree is awarded for completion of 120 credits, including a master's thesis that reflects both areas of study. The curriculum includes the same required courses as each stand-alone degree. Students
must maintain a 3.0 cumulative grade point average and fulfill all requirements in a timely manner. The standard course of study is four years.
The compressed time frame and reduced total credit points are possible because required architecture courses replace free electives in the lighting program, and required lighting design courses replace free electives in the architecture program. There
is one combined lighting design/architecture design studio.
For a complete listing of courses and course descriptions, visit the university course catalog. To view degree requirements from prior years, visit the Academic Catalogs archive.