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Washington University offers critically engaged, interdisciplinary programs in Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Urban Design, and Sustainable Urbanism. Sam Fox School students graduate with an expanded view of the world, a passion to facilitate change, and the skills to make a lasting impact. samfoxschool.wustl.edu
Founded in 1867, Howard University is a private research university comprised of 14 schools and colleges. The University operates with a commitment to Excellence in Truth and Service. The Department of Architecture’s focus shapes and fosters design inquiry and technical application in students from around the world, particularly those from the African Diaspora.
The mission of the Department of Architecture is to prepare graduates to enter the professional practice of architecture or interior design and to serve the Memphis and Mid-South region through research, engaged scholarship, interdisciplinary collaboration, and creative expression that contributes to sustainable, stable communities and enhances the quality of life for all citizens. memphis.edu/architecture
The mission of the School of Architecture and Engineering Technology, is to provide an enlightened and enriched academic, intellectual, moral, cultural, ethical, technological, and student-centered environment, conducive to the development of highly qualified individuals who are prepared and capable of serving as leaders and contributors within the fields of Architecture and Engineering Technology in an ever-evolving society. famu.edu
Prairie View A&M University’s School of Architecture program prepares graduates for leadership roles in transforming America’s cities and improving the quality of life through sustainable solutions that enhance the built environment. With an educational focus, students are challenged to develop their abilities in problem solving, creative thinking and decision making.
The Urban Architecture program seeks to educate the next generation of architects with an emphasis on developing the sustainable infrastructure and urban sustainability initiatives of the District of Columbia and urban areas around the world.
For over 30-years the School of Architecture & Planning (SA+P) has provided students the opportunity to preview and experience the makings of the built and natural environment in the broader perspective of interdisciplinary learning headed toward responsible leadership. Graduates have joined local firms in various modes of professional practice, while others have accepted positions in state and local government, community groups and organizations, or academic institutions.
The School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) is one of the most historically significant accredited independent schools of art and design in the world, and is distinct in offering students an interdisciplinary curriculum and the freedom to experiment across departments in order to create meaningful work.
Hampton University’s Department of Architecture, long a recognized leader among programs at HBCUs, aims its students toward successful careers as licensed professionals nationally. Our student body comes from all over the world, and our faculty reflects the diversity of our students.
Students at MSU’s School of Architecture learn how to design the spaces and structures where people live, work and play. The School of Architecture empowers students to critically engage with the complexities of society and the natural environment by instilling the fundamental principles of design and inspiring a spirit of exploration and creative experimentation in shaping the built environment. arch.montana.edu
The mission of the School of Architecture is to provide intellectual, ethical, and innovative leadership in architecture and urban design through excellence in teaching, scholarly research, creative architectural practice, and community activism. Faculty and students are committed to creating an open-minded and creative atmosphere to pursue research, explore new forms of building, and discover collaborative practices that nurture human potential. coaa.uncc.edu
Architecture and landscape architecture are the context for civic life. In an age of increasingly rapid technological and social change, these fields forge connections between our past and our future. This involves critical thinking about many complex contemporary issues, such as the relationship of public and private life; the interaction between formal and political ideas in cities; and the role of technology in the design, construction, and management of contemporary spaces. At Northeastern University, we connect specific problem solving inherent to architectural and landscape architectural understanding with the larger context of contemporary cities.
The School of Architecture, Art and Historic Preservation prepares students for leadership in professional practice, service and individual creative pursuits. We are committed to balance between creation and conservation, aesthetic and technical pursuits, national and international perspectives, individual exploration and community involvement, classroom and lifelong learning. rwu.edu
The Architecture program at Wentworth embraces the art of making. We are committed to the traditional role of the practitioner and master builder: to design and construct buildings that contribute to society and enrich people’s lives. To that end, the curriculum promotes research and design based on the linkages between conceptual frameworks and the tangible nature of architecture. wit.edu
Located in the nucleus of Grand Rapids, Michigan, surrounded by art and design, the KCAD Master of Architecture Program values connections. M.Arch students engage with local stakeholders in the community and the profession, and explore social relations, the environment, and human experience in their work. kcad.ferris.edu/programs/graduate/m-arch/