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Masters in Business Administration:
MBA/Master of Architecture
Dual Degree in Business Administration and Architecture
The combined Masters degree in Architecture and Business Administration is designed for architects or undergraduate architectural students whose career goals include assuming middle or executive management positions in architectural practices, or who are interested in starting their own businesses.
>The dual degree stimulates the growth of technical knowledge and design creativity, while simultaneously emphasizing ethical leadership, creative problem solving, global applications and skillful applications of information technology.
>The dual degree program requires that students must earn at least a total of 71 credit hours; 32 from the Master of Architecture program (usually 44 credit hours) and 39 from the MBA program (usually 39-54 credit hours). Students will apply to both schools; however, only one set of application material will need to be submitted. Each program makes an independent admission decision. Admission is determined based upon grades, standardized test scores, references, an essay, and work experience.