Explore the world around you through one of our preprofessional, professional, or postprofessional programs. We’re a supportive, expert community driven to outfit you with the expertise, confidence, and connections to build a successful, fulfilling career.
Bachelor of Architecture, Bachelor of Arts, or Bachelor of Science
Ranked among the world’s best, our architecture degrees provide a solid grounding in the broad concepts and specific technical skills you need to excel in the industry. Learn more.
Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science
Interested in architecture but don’t want to become a licensed architect? Our program outfits you with a strong design-based education in design, construction, and related fields. Learn more.
Before you declare a major in any College of Architecture and Planning program, you will take a common course of study with all of your peers. This will let you build a broad and solid foundation in all of the college’s disciplines—architecture, landscape architecture, and urban planning—before deciding on a major. Learn more.
Undergraduate students of all disciplines are invited to enroll in this 15-credit hour minor to explore how historic structures and neighborhoods can progress while maintaining their character. Learn more.
Undergraduate students of all disciplines are invited to enroll in this 15-credit hour minor that will prepare you to address the impacts of design decisions on communities, particularly those often excluded from the design process. Learn more.
Engage in a rigorous, hands-on professional education within a welcoming community that celebrates innovation, sustainability, and excellence. Learn more.
Master of Science
Become part of a movement to use resources of the past to ensure a rich, meaningful way of life for our future. Learn more.
This 12 credit-hour certificate engages community projects and research methods to empower you to translate digital processes alongside industry partners in an open, collaborative environment. Learn more.
This 12 credit-hour certificate will let you explore and advance issues of equity as they relate to the design of the built environment during. Learn more.
This 12 credit-hour certificate in historic preservation provides students with a solid understanding of complex issues in the preservation of heritage sites and offers opportunities to engage in community base projects. Learn more