The College of Architecture houses two professional Masters programs: 2 Year M.Arch and the 3 Year M.Arch.
Scholarships and Financial Aid
The College of Architecture offers more than $90,000 each year in scholarships to students enrolled in our degree programs. Click here to find out more about how to apply.
Admitted and current students in all M.Arch programs are also eligible to apply for a Teaching Assistant (TA) position during all semesters of full-time enrollment . As a TA, students support a faculty member or teaching team in a variety of undergraduate Design and Architecture courses and are rewarded for their efforts with a monthly stipend and tuition remission. On average, TA's recieve $17,800 in financial benefits per academic year in addition to valuable teaching and design research experience. Inquire with Michael Schuster if you want to learn more about being a TA or would like to apply.
Please visit the Scholarships and Financial Aid website to find out more information about graduate Financial Aid.
To be considered for College of Architecture Scholarships and Teaching Assistant positions, APPLY BY February 1st.
All students in the College of Architecture’s Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and Interior Design programs (UNL and UNO) are required to lease, purchase or have ready access to a laptop computer that meets or exceeds the specifications listed in the Computer and Software Requirements document.