Undergraduate degrees in architecture generally fall into two categories - professional degrees (usually five years in length) and pre-professional degrees (usually four years in length). The Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies is a pre-professional program that requires approximately four years of study. This degree would need to be combined with a first-professional degree in architecture in order to pursue licensure. This program combines the study of architecture with arts and sciences and contains an optional emphasis in architectural history. It provides an excellent platform for future graduate studies in architecture and associated fields such as planning, real estate development, environmental law, theatre set design, or construction management.
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