Bachelor of Science, Architectural Studies (BSAS)

Bachelor of Science, Architectural Studies (BSAS) is a four-year undergraduate program that prepares students for professional, masters-level training in architecture and other design fields. Students with a BSAS can embark on a career in architectural practice, but at a more limited level than professionals with a Master's degree. Consequently, a BSAS is a starting point for many students, who subsequently continue their studies or return to obtain a Master of Architecture or Master of Urban Planning degree.