Our nationally recognized programs prepare you for meaningful, successful careers that will advance our world. Within a welcoming community, you’ll learn from leading educators who believe in hands-on, real-world learning alongside the best firms and minds. Build your future with us.
If you're interested in architecture, environmental design, landscape architecture, or urban planning, you will follow a common first-year course of study with your peers, building a broad and solid foundation in all our disciplines before deciding on a major. This holistic approach provides you with a comprehensive overview of these interconnected fields, which better prepares you to understand and work with a range of professionals. Learn more.
Looking to become a licensed architect? Our pre-professional bachelor of science or bachelor of arts provides you with a solid grounding in the concepts and skills needed to excel in the industry. Learn more.
Gain an extensive understanding of both the various trades and management skills needed to successfully steer a multimillion-dollar construction project. Learn more.
Our program outfits you with a strong design-based education that can lead to a career in design, construction, or related field (but not a licensed architect). Learn more.
Provide resilient, sustainable, and adaptive design solutions that enhance the function, safety, and aesthetic quality of indoor environments as a professional interior designer. Learn more.
Our program is ranked among the nation’s best, and your five-year investment will reward you with the tools and outlook needed to design land and outdoor spaces. Learn more.
Want to plan cities of the future? Our program, ranked among the best in the region, will prepare you to achieve as an urban planner in the public and private sectors. Learn more.
Gain the qualifications you need to become a licensed architect through rigorous, hands-on professional education within a welcoming community. Learn more.
Become part of a movement to use resources of the past to ensure a rich, meaningful way of life for our future. Learn more.
Advance or begin your career with a rigorous and innovative all online program. You’ll learn design theory, environmental psychology, graphic communication skills, and more. Learn more.
Gain qualifications to pass the professional examination required to practice landscape architecture. Learn more.
Interdisciplinary problem solving and innovation guide real-world applications in Indianapolis—our urban laboratory. This fast-track program can be completed in one year, and courses are scheduled to accommodate working professionals. Learn more.
Our holistic, hands-on approach to learning with access to the latest technology and theories will prepare you to excel in this dynamic field to improve our world. 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.
Develop a specialization in designing, managing, and evaluating the unique needs of healthcare facilities with this all-online, 12-credit graduate program. 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.
Entrepreneurs focused on building prosperous, affordable communities will gain valuable insight into real estate development of the future. Be part of the state’s only program of its kind. Learn more.
Complement a major in architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning, or business by taking classes that will give you the skills needed for a successful career in a fast-growing field. 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.
Open only by permission, our 24-credit interior design minor is a valuable complement for many disciplines, such as architecture, landscape architecture, construction management, journalism, theatre, or art. Learn more.
A minor in landscape architecture—a 16-credit-hour experience—pairs nicely with a range of majors, as it deepens your understanding of the planning, designing, and management of land. Learn more.
This 25-credit-hour program offers core courses paired with electives in a range of specializations, including construction, housing and property management, community development, and real estate law. Learn more.
Learn how to help communities deal with growth, change, and renewal in ways that maintain and improve quality of life. Learn more.
The best in our field often explore design and architecture long before they enter college. One of the best ways to get early exposure to the field is through out DesignWorks Summer Academy, which exposes young minds to a wide range of design activities. Learn more.