The Master of Architecture professional degree conferred by the School of Architecture is accredited by the National Architecture Accrediting Board (NAAB). The NAAB last reviewed the School in 2009, and following an accreditation visit granted a full six-year term of accreditation . NAAB visiting teams, with members representing each of the five collateral organizations, review programs against The Conditions and Procedures established by the NAAB Board. The School of Architecture is required to make all students and faculty aware of these documents (see below).
2009 Accreditation Documents [TBA]
NAAB Publications for Students and Faculty
Architecture Collateral Organizations
Student Testimonial: "The M. Arch curriculum really allows students to tailor their education through the options and dual-degree programs. No other architecture school offers so much flexibility."