School of Architecture
We see the design, planning, and management of the built environment as tools for addressing the critical issues of our time—from social justice to the climate crisis. As a student at the School of Architecture, you’ll build the skills and knowledge you need to respond to these complex and evolving challenges in a uniquely versatile, innovative, and ethical way. As you do, our goal is to prepare you to lead a life of consequence within each discipline, both today and beyond.
- Architecture, MArch
- Landscape Architecture, MLA
- Architecture, MS
- City and Regional Planning, MS
- Facilities Management, MS
Historic Preservation, MS
- Real Estate Practice, MS
- Sustainable Environmental Systems, MS
- Urban Design, MS (Post-Professional)
- Urban Placemaking and Management, MS
- Urban and Community Planning, MS
- Facilities Management, Minor
Through discussion, debate, and design exploration, we discover the bounds of the built/unbuilt/rebuilt environment and imagine the iterations of what could be.
Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Urban Design, Planning, and Management all provide opportunities to solve complex and intriguing problems. Using a wide range of technologies, methodologies, and engagement processes, you’ll explore and expand the bounds of your discipline. As you do, you’ll use your expertise to empower the public through the co-creation and curation of sustainable spaces, communities, and habitats.