University of Colorado Denver

Assistant or Associate Professor in Architecture


The Department of Architecture at the University of Colorado Denver has three openings for full-time, Tenure-Track faculty positions at the Assistant or Associate Professor ranks beginning August 2023.

Our curricular needs are in the areas of Building Technologies, Histories and Theories of World Architecture, Architectural Visualization, and Foundational Design.

The department seeks highly motivated candidates who can address contemporary issues, have established a well-developed teaching Pedagogy, and have a recognized record of a progressive research agenda and/or creative activity. Applicants must demonstrate the potential to teach large lecture courses and seminars to undergraduate and graduate students from diverse backgrounds. The College of Architecture and Planning is committed to building a culturally diverse and pluralistic faculty dedicated to teaching and working in a multicultural environment. We encourage applications from members of historically underrepresented groups and candidates with experience teaching and working with diverse communities and students.

About the Architecture Department

The Department of Architecture delivers a four-year pre-professional program (BS Arch) and a NAAB fully accredited Master of Architecture (M.Arch) for first professional degree students who hold either a non-preprofessional or pre-professional bachelor’s degree. Our faculty and students are global citizens and advocates in a changing world that aligns with the evolving nature of the collaborative and professional practice. In addition to the Architecture Program, the College of Architecture and Planning (CAP) offers degrees in Landscape Architecture, Urban and Regional Planning, Historic Preservation, Urban Design, and a Ph.D. in Design and Planning.

Job Responsibilities

Assistant and Associate Professors in the College of Architecture and Planning engage in teaching, scholarly/creative work, and service. The percentages allocated are 40% teaching, 40% scholarly/creative work, and 20% service. The standard academic-year teaching load is two courses per semester.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Master of Architecture or equivalent degree
  • Evidence of design studio teaching and/or lecture/seminar courses in the area of expertise
  • Evidence of research and/or creative work

Preferred Qualifications

  • D. in architecture or a related field
  • Professional license in architecture

Visit for the description. We will review applications beginning January 15, 2023 and continue until the position is filled.