Master of Architecture Student Maria Pastorelli presents her final review presentation to faculty and visiting critics.

Master of Architecture

Master of Architecture

The Master of Architecture (M.Arch) program at Georgia Tech provides students with a professional degree leading to a career in architecture or a related field. Our NAAB-accredited and STEM-designated program combines design and research through a curricular structure that integrates history, theory, technology and practice with design studios.

Master of Architecture Info Sessions

Register to attend of our virtual info sessions for the Master of Architecture program. 

Monday, November 23

10 a.m. EST

Graduate Virtual Open House

Section perspective showing how floor cuts work to form the gallery walkways and how those are always visually connected to the ground and basement floors. It also highlights the co-working floor, which has an inset glass façade that allows the co-living floors to conceptually float above the existing brick building.

Our Program

Featured Work: Section Prospective by Portman Prize Winner, Carly Langsdorf

Our students have the opportunity to pursue their interests in a range of topics including sustainability, urbanism, materials and building systems, digital design & fabrication, high performance buildings and design & health, among others. Acknowledging the transformative changes occurring in the profession of architecture, our program anticipates what practice will be in the near future and prepares our graduates to be in front of, and leaders of these changes. This year, the GRE will not be required for applications to the M.Arch.

M.Arch Tracks

You do not need an undergraduate architecture degree to enroll in our M. Arch program. We actively recruit and accept graduate students with diverse degrees including humanities, engineering, business, and social and natural sciences. Applicants come from a wide range of universities throughout the United States and abroad and one of the strengths of our program is the cultural and intellectual diversity of our students. 

M.Arch Student, Alex Knight, observes how his model responds to light for Keith Kaseman's Fall 2018 studio.

3.5-Year M.Arch

Those with an undergraduate degree in a non-architecture discipline can apply to the 3.5 year M.Arch.
Associate professor, Michael Gamble, works with students during his Fall 2018 studio.

2-Year M.Arch

Those with a four-year preprofessional degree in architecture may apply for the 2 year M.Arch.

Connect with an Ambassador

Our Graduate Ambassadors are faculty-nominated student representatives who embody the diversity, talent, and enthusiasm of our School. Our ambassadors are available to answer questions about our school and share their experiences as architecture students at Georgia Tech.

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