CUA offers a four-year, 126 credit-hour preprofessional undergraduate degree. The undergraduate program is offered for those desiring a foundation in the field of architecture as preparation for continued education in a professional degree program, or for employment options in fields related to architecture.
The School of Architecture and Planning offers a variety of options for students interested in pursuing education at the graduate level, including the professional Master of Architecture, the postprofessional Master of Architectural Studies, the Master of City and Regional Planning, and the Master of Science in Sustainable Design.
The school also offers five areas of concentration for more focused specialization. Students enrolled in the Master of Architecture program, as well as those in the Master of Architectural Studies program, pursue a concentration in one of five areas.
The School of Architecture and Planning offers several certificate programs for professionals interested in augmenting their skills and expertise. Current certificate offerings include Real Estate Development and Sustainable Design.