CETA Graduate Programs
We provide challenging graduate programs that prepare you for stimulating, meaningful, and rewarding professional careers.
A National Science Foundation study has predicted a shortage in the engineering and architecture workforce, so your skills will be in demand. The complexities of today’s products and processes require more education and continued retraining of engineers and architects. Those currently in the workplace, as well as those who will graduate in the future, must expand their technical knowledge and skills in order to stay abreast of new developments and provide the technical leadership industries will need.
Learn more about our Master of Engineering (MEng), Master of Science in Engineering (MS), and Master of Architecture (MArch) programs below.
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Educational Requirements for Licensure
In the United States, most registration boards require a degree from an accredited professional degree program as a prerequisite for licensure. The National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB), which is the sole agency authorized to accredit professional degree programs in architecture offered by institutions with U.S. Regional accreditation, recognizes three types of degrees: the Bachelor of Architecture, the Master of Architecture, and the Doctor of Architecture. A program may be granted an eight-year, three-year, or two-year term of accreditation, depending on the extent of its conformance with established educational standards.
Accreditation for Master of Architecture
Have an opportunity to expand your skill set with one of the following certifications:
- Manufacturing Metrology
- Project Management
- Supply Chain Management
Dual MBA Program Options
This partnership between the Barney School of Business and the College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture provides a broader focus for engineers moving into management and leadership tracks. The program requires a total of 60 credits – that’s 6 fewer credits than if you pursued the degrees separately.
E2M is a unique, three-way partnership between the Barney School of Business and the College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture, and extending to third party-business and industry in Greater Hartford. Coursework includes applied projects, such as formulating marketing and business plans for area companies. The Engineering Applications Center assists local businesses and industries in applying new techniques, and you will become involved through application projects, symposia, and forums. You may complete either program and receive your degree immediately, without waiting to complete both.
The Barney School of Business and the College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture have established a new partnership for graduate-level architecture students to pursue a dual degree in business administration and architecture. With just 24 courses and 88 credits, this unique program will open doors to your future in the architecture field.