MArch or Master of Architecture is a professional degree in architecture, qualifying graduates to start process for professional accreditation that result in receiving a license as archictect. Many schools offer several possible paths of architectural education which, including study at the bachelor's and master's level, range up to 7 years and a half of duration. Students can award a bachelor of arts in architecture or a bachelor of science in architecture for four years and then a master's degree program, the MArch or Master of Architecture. But boys and girls can also obtain an accredited master's degree with a 3 or 3 years and a half Master's degree commonly called an "M.Arch. I". Third option, a "post-professional" master's degree for men and women which is typically research-based and often brings to a Doctor of Philosophy in Architecture.
The International Conflict and Security MA at the Brussels School of International Studies (BSIS) is structured to introduce you to the key concepts and theories necessary to understand the features of contemporary international conflict and security issues.
The MArch (Part 2) in architecture is a long-established and well-respected course that is prescribed by the ARB and validated by the RIBA to give exemption from the second stage of professional education.
Landscape Architecture focuses on intervention in the landscape through design, planning and management. It envisions and builds a landscape for the future based on an understanding of the culture and science which forms it.
M ARCH Architecture prepares graduates for employment in architectural practice, urban design, planning, development, and public consultation. In addition, the course provides a solid grounding for continued academic development toward research and PhD study.