School of Architecture
201 Slocum Hall
Ted Brown, 201 Slocum
Bruce Abbey, Maya Alam, Amber Bartosh, Jean-François Bédard, Lori Brown, Theodore Brown, Lawrence Chua, Angela Co, Gregory Corso, Sekou Cooke, Julia Czerniak, Lawrence Davis, Benjamin Farnsworth, Joseph Godlewski, Terrance Goode, Susan Henderson, Roger Hubeli, Molly Hunker, Elizabeth Kamell, Randall Korman, Janette Kim, Elizabeth Krietemeyer, Julie Larsen, Mark Linder, Brian Lonsway, Sinéad Mac Namara, Arthur McDonald, Kyle Miller, Anne Munly, Daekwon Park, Tarek Rakha, Richard Rosa, Josean Ruiz Esquiroz, Francisco Sanin, David Shanks, Yutaka Sho, Edward Sichta, Michael Speaks, Timothy Stenson, Robert Svetz, Fei Wang
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.
This is a 162 credit major leading to a 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.