School of Architecture
201 Slocum Hall
Daekwon Park, 201 Slocum Hall
Eliana Abu-Hamdi, Omar Ali, Amber Bartosh, Jean-François Bédard, Lori Brown, Theodore Brown, Lawrence Chua, Junho Chun, Gregory Corso, Julia Czerniak, Lawrence Davis, Ivi Diamantopoulou, Britt Eversole, Iman Fayyad, Joseph Godlewski, Terrance Goode, Susan Henderson, Valerie Herrera, Roger Hubeli, Molly Hunker, Elizabeth Kamell, Joel Kerner, Elizabeth Krietemeyer, Julie Larsen, Mark Linder, Sinéad Mac Namara, Kiana Memaran Dadgar, Kyle Miller, Jess Myers, Marcos Parga, Daekwon Park, Daniele Profeta, Edgar Rodriguez, Richard Rosa, Nina Sharifi, Yutaka Sho, Michael Speaks, Timothy Stenson, Fei Wang, Jiong (Abingo) Wu, Christina Chi Zhang
The B.Arch is a 5-year professional degree in Architecture. Students in the B. Arch program take courses in architectural design, theory, technology, history and professional practice. Graduates of this program are prepared to enter into the Intern Development Program (IDP) required to become a licensed architect.
Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch) degree
Prerequisites for Admission into the B.Arch Program
All applicants to the B.Arch program must submit a portfolio to the School of Architecture for review.