The Master of Architecture as a professional program prepares students for roles in the profession of architecture by building on the content of the pre-professional degree through intensive and focused advanced studies in the field of architecture practice and design. A major objective of this program is preparing graduates to obtain their professional architecture registration. The Master of Architecture degree program, consisting of an undergraduate curriculum of 132 credit hours and a graduate curriculum of 36 credit hours, is the accredited program at Prairie View A&M University.
The Master of Community Development program comprises of a total of 36 graduate credit hours. The curriculum is structured to prepare graduates for entry into a range of occupations in planning, development, financing, and real estate.