The Bachelor of Architecture/Master of Business Administration is an exciting joint venture with the University’s School of Business Administration, which will allow students to earn a Bachelor of Architecture as well as a Master of Business Administration. The joint degree offers students the unique opportunity to complete the two degrees in six years, saving an entire year by combining the programs.

Students will begin taking Saturday graduate level business courses during the fourth year of their architecture program. Both degrees are fully accredited by their respective accrediting bodies — the NCARB and AACSB International.

To obtain detailed program admission information, please reference the program brochure which can be requested by contacting the Office of Recruiting and Admissions at 305-284-2510 or visit our website.

Curriculum Requirements

Year One Spring Semester-Term 1
BSL 690Legal and Ethical Implications of Business Decision Making2
BUS 602Critical Thinking and Effective Writing1
BUS 604Career Development and Enrichment0
MAS 632Management Science Models for Decision Making2
Elective2
Elective2
Year One Spring Semester-Term 2
BUS 603Critical Thinking and Effective Speaking1
BTE 610Foundations of Management Information Systems2
FIN 642The Financial Environment2
MGT 643Principles of Operations Management2
MKT 650Strategic Marketing2
Year One Fall Semester-Term 1
BUS 604Career Development and Enrichment1
MGT 675Business Policy and Strategy2
ECO 685Managerial Decisions in a Global Economy2
Elective2
Elective2
Year One Fall Semester-Term 2
Elective2
Elective2
Elective2
Year Two Spring Semester-Term 1
Elective2
Elective2
Elective2
Year Two Spring Semester-Term 2
MGT 677Corporate Strategy and Organization2
Elective2
Elective2
Total Credits45
1

Students may be able to complete a concentration based on electives completed.

2

Elective offerings are based on class demand .Prerequisite coursework The following courses must be successfully completed during the fourth year of the BArch program:BUS 630 BUS 632 MAS 201