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Architects and landscape architects play a critical role in engaging with some of the world’s most complex issues—from climate change to urban density, social and economic diversity to cultural preservation. The School of Architecture’s undergraduate and graduate programs aim to furnish each student with a deep understanding of the field’s fundamentals while developing a holistic perspective of architecture’s vast scope and impact. Our graduates leave ready to tackle the evolving challenges of society and our physical environment.

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Our School is focused on how architecture, landscape, and urban design negotiate the diverse concerns that are inherent to our urbanized context and ultimately shape how we live.

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Associate Professor and Chair, Architecture

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Choose from undergraduate and graduate degrees that are a critical step in the path towards architectural licensure in architecture and landscape architecture.

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Choose from several degree paths and develop the skills to pursue a career in landscape architecture, design, or architecture.

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Deepen your expertise with a Master's in Architecture, Design for Sustainable Urban Environments, or Urban Planning and Policy.

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Ritika Iyer

Ritika Iyer selected for Metropolis FUTURE100 Award

Architecture undergraduate student Ritika Iyer was recently selected as one of Metropolis Future100 winners. This award is given to the top 100 architecture and design students from across North America.

May 1, 2024

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Licensure For Architects

Although not required for architects to pursue employment, licensure can be an opportunity that gives an architect a competitive edge in a competitive marketplace.

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