Architecture involves the study and transformation of the constructed environment, from the scale of furniture to the scale of the city. The goal of an architectural education is to develop a synthetic thought process of critical thinking and creative problem solving.
+ Learn More
There are 125 schools offering professional architecture degree programs in the US and Canada. This section offers various information regarding different types of degrees and paths to professional degrees.
Because architecture programs vary so significantly, students should look carefully at their options. This page offers some factors to consider when selecting a school.
As a professional discipline, architecture spans both the arts and the sciences. Students must have an understanding of the arts and humanities, as well as a basic technical understanding of structures and construction. Skills in communication, both visual and verbal, are essential.
A collection of frequently asked questions as well as questions you should ask schools and yourself during the selection process.
Links to organizations' websites that will give you even more information about the life of an architecture student.
© 2014 Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture. All rights reserved.
1735 New York Avenue, NW · Washington, DC 20006 |
Phone: 202.785.2324 |
Web site design and development by Matrix Group International, Inc.