Architecture Schools

Architecture programs help students to get to the position where they can contribute to the culture by designing new types of buildings and other structures. They study the structure and form of the physical environment that surrounds us, with an emphasis on the myriad ways in which it affects people in general. There are a number of specialties within the field available to students, including environmental, interior, landscape, and urban architecture. The field can also be divided based on subjects like building technology, design visual arts, history, theory, and criticism.

In most states in the U.S., architects are required to hold a degree from an institution that is accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board. The three types of degrees accredited by this organization are the Bachelor of Architecture, the Master of Architecture, and the Doctor of Architecture. The undergraduate architecture curriculum includes courses in design, communications, structures, building technology, architectural history, and environmental systems.

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Architecture Schools

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Interior Architecture
Landscape Architecture
Urban And Regional Planning