Dual Master of Architecture and Civil Engineering
Students can earn both a Master's of Architecture and a Master's of Civil Engineering. This is most suited to students with a Bachelor in Architecture who want to work with engineers. However, a Bachelor of Civil Engineering may be required for engineering licensure.
The Master of Civil Engineering is a 30 credit program. However, you may transfer in the following courses from the Master of Architecture program and have them dual counted: ARCH 5590 Construction Law.
The Master of Architecture program also counts all Master of Civil Engineering courses as its electives. You apply for admission the Master of Civil Engineering any time after recieving a Bachelor in Architecture.
This is suited for students who want to work with structural engineers.
While in a Bachelor program in Architecture, you need to take the following courses: MTH 1410, MTH 1420, PHYS 1610, MTH 2410, ENGR 3120, ENGR 3130, ENGR 3260, CIVE 3420, CIVE 3480, and CIVE 4680.
See the Structures/Foundations track for relevant graduate courses.
This is suited for students who want to work on construction and want more credentials.
While in a Bachelor program in Architecture, you need to take the following courses: MTH 1410, PHYS 1300, ENGR 1000 (replace OBJ 6A), ENGR 4240, CIVE 3400/3410, CIVE 3450, and a recommendation of: CIVE 4300 or CIVE 4850.
See the Construction track for relevant graduate courses.