The Master of Architecture program is a professional degree program, fully accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB), and leads to the opportunity for licensure as an architect within the United States.
The Bachelor of Science in Architecture and Environmental Design program is based on the understanding that the skills required for designing the built environment come from a broad education that draws on science, technology, humanities and the arts.
The Bachelor of Science in Construction Management (BSCM) program develops students who understand the complexity of construction projects, appreciate the values of sustainable principles and their applications, and are able to manage people in the field site.
The Master of City & Regional Planning program offers an interactive environment for learning about planning for complex and challenged communities within an institution that has at the very core of its mission to improve the quality of life of diverse, urban populations.
The Master of Landscape Architecture program at Morgan challenges students to solve complex problems dealing with population density, architectural context, environmental systems, and public infrastructure.
The Sustainable Urban Communities contrubutes to Morgan's overarching vision and mission by educating and training students who will study topics and "carry out research that gives significant priority to solving difficult real-world problems faced by society" directed toward the needs of urban and underserved communities.