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The School of Architecture prides itself on its Academics:

The Bachelor of Architecture degree, a five-year program, for professional registration and specialized study.

The B.S.A.E/M.Arch. program is a six-year program which leads to both a B.S. degree in Architectural Engineering and the M.Arch. degree in Architecture. This program allows students to earn a Bachelor of Architecture and a Master of Architecture. 

The Master of Architecture degree is designed for college graduates desiring a first professional degree; with a 3-year or Advanced Standing Track. The two-year Master degree is available to students wishing to develop a specialization in architectural theory and practice.

U-SoA also offers an 12-month Master of Science for those looking for specialized training in one of five tracks: Classical and Traditional Architecture, Computational and Embedded Technology, Healthcare Design, Historical Preservation or Resilient Sustainable Building Technology.

Both the Master of Urban Design and Master of Real Estate Development and Urbanism programs are one year long, post-professional programs. 

Other dynamic programs offered are the Rome Program and the Open City Studios.

The University of Miami School of Architecture is recognized for educating students for success in a range of professional opportunities.
Initiated in 1989, the current Graduate Programs at the University of Miami - School of Architecture have expanded to five areas

U-SoA sponsors Fall and Spring semester programs in Rome, Italy. Founded in 1991, the program unites a select group of upper level students and faculty for an intensive experience.

The Summer Scholars, Explorations in Architecture and Design program at the U-SoA is a pre-college course designed for students who are interested in architecture and design

U-SoA offers Classical Architecture and Historic Preservation Certificates.
At U-SoA Research is central to the mission in advancing knowledge within the discipline of the curriciulum.